Academic Support and Disability Services

The Office of Academic Support and Disability Services (O.A.S.D.S.) was established in 2003 to help maximize the academic success and persistence to graduation of all students. The office provides focused services for students with disabilities and students typically underrepresented in higher education.

Assessment & Care Team (A.C.T.)

The Juilliard Assessment and Care Team (A.C.T.) is a multidisciplinary team of administrators and faculty who assess the need for early supportive intervention and guidance for distressed or struggling students. A.C.T. serves as a centralized community resource and point of contact for all students, faculty, and administrators who may consider contacting A.C.T. to make a referral.

Diversity Initiatives

The Juilliard School is dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for all members of the community inclusive of race, ethnicity, national origin, culture, language, gender and gender expression, sexuality, religious and political beliefs, age, and ability. The school stands against all forms of discrimination, whether directed against individuals or groups. As part of this dedication, numerous trainings, resources, and programs are provided throughout the year addressing diversity and inclusion.

Health and Counseling Services

The Health Services clinic is located on the 22nd floor of the Meredith Willson Residence Hall. Health Services provides medical treatment and preventative care, as well as providing physical therapy, occupational therapy, and nutrition services to aid students in performing at their best. Counseling Services provides supportive psychotherapy to assist students in meeting their emotional, psychological, and mental health needs.

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The Office of Student Affairs offers comprehensive, student-centered programming, innovative social activities, and leadership opportunities that foster personal growth, embrace the importance of inclusion, celebrate diversity, and cultivate arts advocacy.