Logo OrangeTexas Jiujitsu is a University of Texas student organization dedicated to bringing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practice and instruction to the campus of U.T. For a number of years members of the U.T. community have gotten together informally to train in the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It wasn’t until last year that a club was officially formed by David DeLaCerda and Seth Fuller.

Each semester the members of the Texas Jiu jitsu club pay dues and hire an instructor to conduct one to two classes per week. Members can wear a gi (just like your traditional judo uniform with a belt) or no gi (just shorts and a t-shirt). The first class is free and all levels are welcome. Most of our members got their first experience with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in the club. For class times and location check the link under class schedule.

Other activities include competing as a team at Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Tournaments, hosting Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu seminars, and getting together to watch UFC and other MMA events.

Thanks for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you as we will see you on the mat!

As you can see we are lucky enough to have a spacious training facility that rivals most of the Austin Jiu Jitsu and Texas MMA gyms in the area. There is plenty of room to practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu without having to worry about bumping in to anyone else.

The gym is located in Belmont which is the football stadium. If you enter on the west side of the building, the side facing campus, go up the elevators to the 9th floor. Get out and take a left go down the hall and the room will be on the right hand side.

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