My Acting Audition – Finding Home

by Jasmine Batchelor, 2nd-year actor “When you want something with all your heart, that’s when you are closest to the Soul of the World. It’s always a positive force… All the Universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” -Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist 7 AM, Saturday, January 22, 2011: I am walking thirty-two blocks in […]

Thinking Ahead About Financial Aid

by Tina Gonzalez, Director of Financial Aid Greetings, Applicants! Financial Aid season is fast approaching!  Here are a few tips and reminders to keep you organized (and sane) during the coming hectic months.  But, first, did you know that: 90% of Juilliard students apply for financial aid, and almost 80% are receiving Juilliard scholarship assistance. […]

New Posts for a New Year

It’s a new year, and Admissions is ready to start with a bang!  We are going to really re-activate our blog, and I’m excited to share our plan with you. If you applied to Juilliard for fall 2013, you know that we sent you a survey in December.  We’ve been poring over the responses you […]

Entrepreneurship at Juilliard

by Lee Cioppa, Associate Dean for Admissions What does it mean to be an artist in the 21st Century? This necessary self-reflection for all members of the Juilliard community, from the administration, to the faculty, to the students, often leads to the response: an artist must also be an entrepreneur.  At the opening of this […]

Viola for all: Juilliard Violists blog!

by Lee Cioppa, Associate Dean for Admissions I am always excited to see writings by current Juilliard students, whether it is in the Juilliard Journal, in our own blog posts, or in outside publications.  This year, there is an extraordinary opportunity to read online articles by a large group of Juilliard students and faculty – the shared […]