What is a juggling club, anyway?

We're glad you asked! The RIT Juggling club is a student organization at Rochester Institute of Technology and generously supported by RIT Student Government. The club is made up of people who have, or wish to gain, skills related to (get ready) juggling, club passing, unicycling, contact juggling, cigar boxes, devil sticks, diabolo, yo-yo, trick rope, and anything else that involves getting lots of things into the air at once.

When do you meet?

We meet Mondays at 8:30 PM in the SLC Mini-gym and Wednesdays at 8 PM in the SAU lobby. For information about our juggling events, join our Facebook group.  For people that do not go to RIT, please come to the Wednesday night meeting so that you don't have to pay a fee to get into the gym.  This night is open to the public.

What if I don't know how to juggle?

You do not need to already know how to juggle or own your own equipment. We can supply all that (until you get hooked, then you're sure to want your own stuff). To join, just show up and be ready to learn/teach/have fun!

What else do you do?

Our biggest event each year is the RIT Spring Juggle-In. Our upcoming event in April 2014 marks 37 years of this annual festival of juggling which is free and open to the public.

Do you do parties?

We aren't clowns, thankfully, but if you are another club or organization and would like some jugglers to add some spice to your activity, feel free to contact us! We're always open to participating in other clubs' events.

Can I just watch?

If you're just interested in watching, or need pictures/video for campus projects, spectators are always welcome to our juggling meetings. However, most will find it infinitely more fulfilling to participate, learn, and teach others.