SJSU enjoys having alumni, non-SJSU students, and visitors from around the world. For safety and liability reasons, anyone who wishes to train at SJSU must follow certain steps. Below are some options with links to information that will help make a visit to SJSU Judo a positive experience.
For athletes who plan to come to only a few training sessions or open mat practices, a waiver must be completed, signed, and given to our team manager. As long as this waiver is in our records, occasional visits to the SJSU dojo are welcome.
For athletes who plan on coming regularly to the daily, team practices for a semester’s worth of time, it is necessary to enroll in Open University. This is a program that allows anyone to enroll in certain courses without being a part-time or full-time student. All the information required to register as an Open University student can be found online. The basic breakdown of fees results in 291$ for the single unit class, plus possible course fees issued by the University and a late add fee of $45 if the class is added after the specified enrollment period (for Spring 2015, this date is Wed. Feb. 11).
Step 1 is to visit our dojo and make sure you and your coach have obtained approval from the SJSU Judo head coaches to be on the mat. If the coaches approve, step 2 is to obtain the class (course) number and permission code to enroll in the class from our team manager. Step 3 is to enroll in MYSJSU, the scheduling program for all students at SJSU. Once the account is set up on MYSJSU, add the class to your shopping cart. And finally, step 4 is pay the fees either online or at the Bursars Office located at the Student Services Center on 9th Street and San Fernando (there is an extra fee for those who pay online). The University has a link with complete instructions and resources for registering for Open University.