Welcome to the Office of Student Affairs!
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. Current students should visit the Student Affairs space on MyJuilliard to view the Student Events Calendar.
Sabrina Tanbara, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Gianna Pannullo, Assistant Director of Student Affairs
Lindsey Silvera, Coordinator of Student Affairs
Jack Herdman, Student Engagement Assistant
Office of Student Affairs
The Juilliard School
60 Lincoln Center Plaza, Room 100
(212) 799-5000 extension 200
Community & Social Wellbeing:
Community and Social Wellbeing holistically embraces diverse social, economic, environmental, cultural, and political environments. These principles can be the difference between a good life and a great one.
Artistic Identity Wellbeing:
Artistic Identity Wellbeing focuses on wellness associated with the intersections of artist as an identity and identity as artist. The Juilliard School’s community strives to provide time and space for nurturing the artist behind the art.
Emotional & Physical Wellbeing:
Emotional and Physical Wellbeing focuses on the overall health of an individual (e.g., mind, body, spirit). Emotional and physical health are equally important and need to be taken care of to feel stronger personally and create long-lasting relationships with others.
Financial & Career Wellbeing:
Financial and Career Wellbeing focuses on one's professional purpose in life and how those goals can be attained. Professional purpose can drive financial security and how that might change over time. Financial management can help sustain one’s self through their professional journey and personal endeavors.
About Student Leaders
Juilliard’s leadership positions provide students with a great opportunity to develop leadership skills, foster confidence, help others, build community, and form relationships with peers across Juilliard’s three divisions. These important leadership positions complement our students' artistic and academic pursuits while providing financial assistance. Student leadership positions include the following:
- Campus Activities Board (CAB)
- Diversity Advocate (DA)
- First-Year Experience Coach (FYE-Coach)
- Orientation Leader (OL)
- Resident Assistant (RA)
For full job descriptions, details on how to apply, and additional information, please visit the Apply to Be a Student Leader page.
Developing and Empowering Leaders in the Arts (DELTA)
The Developing and Empowering Leaders in the Arts (DELTA) certificate program is a leadership initiative that will support holistic personal growth, provide you exclusive access to sessions by The Alan D. Marks Center for Career Services and Entrepreneurship, build community through all divisions, and prepare you for leadership inside and outside of the classroom!
DELTA is comprised of a series of workshops throughout the academic year centering around: Clifton Strengths, time management, communication skills, team building, and resume building and interview skills. After completing a personal assessment, participants will receive their Clifton Strengths (Links to an external site.) which will inform their progress through DELTA.
Juilliard Student Congress
The Juilliard Student Congress is an elected body of students representatives who work with administration to maintain and improve student life at Juilliard. The Juilliard Student Congress (JSC) represents the student body and advocates for student issues and school improvements. It meets on a monthly basis to discuss a variety of student life topics and meets with the senior administration numerous times per semester. Members are elected every year to represent each division and various constituency groups (international, commuter, residential, undergraduate, graduate). Students interested in joining the JSC or have concerns or issues to discuss should contact Barrett Hipes, Dean of Student Development. Elections for the 21-22 academic year are currently underway.
The Office of Student Affairs oversees and supports all registered student organizations and clubs. Registered organizations receive assistance and advisement from the OSA and benefit from limited funding. Students have the opportunity to form new organizations anytime throughout the academic year. To learn how to start your own club, please view the forms below.
Registered Student Organizations for 2021-2022
Alliance for Latin American & Spanish Students (ALAS)
Our mission is to celebrate and share the wide variety of Hispanic and Latin American heritage, cultures, histories and traditions present at the Juilliard Community. We also advocate and address the needs of the Hispanic and Latin American students at Juilliard.
Juilliard Black Student Union (JBSU)
The purpose of the Juilliard Black Student Union serves not to create division amongst the Juilliard community, but rather to acknowledge and address the needs and concerns of black Juilliard students, as well as other students of color. The JBSU also seeks to encourage dialogue in the Juilliard community regarding social, political, and world issues, as well as to empower the community to take action and utilize its diversity of talent and creativity to make impactful statements on society and the world at large.
Juilliard Chinese Student & Scholars Association (J-CSSA)
Our mission is to set up a platform for communicating between Chinese students and alumni in the Juilliard School; as well as culture exchange between all Juilliard students who are interested in Chinese tradition and culture, and addressing the needs and concerns of all Chinese students in the Juilliard School. In addition, J-CSSA will also contribute in communicating with CSSAs from other universities and colleges.
Juilliard Christian Fellowship (JCF)
Juilliard Christian Fellowship exists to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed by creating a safe space to experience and know Jesus Christ personally.
Juilliard Green Club
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote sustainability and environmental awareness within the Juilliard community, and to encourage and facilitate action against the climate crisis, as artists and residents of NYC.
The Juilliard Knights
The Juilliard Knights aims to create a casual and fun environment for members of the Juilliard community to play chess and learn more about the game.
The purpose of the choral group is to give students an opportunity to make music with friends that is outside their instrument. We really think students should sing for a number of reasons: singing with others is proven to boost morale and well-being, since there is a real sense of community. We want to achieve a family feel, where friends come together to make music. In addition, being part of a choir will enhance your sight-reading ability, your ear for music and sense of ensemble. Our choir will give students a chance to sing in different languages.
Korean Christian Association
The Korean Christian Association serves to help Christians grow toward maturity as Disciples of Christ, by study of the Bible, by prayer, and by Christian fellowship. The group exists to help develop healthy human relationships via Bible study.