Virus: Juilliard suspends face-to-face teaching

Virus measures will kick in when school resumes after the spring break.

Juilliard will suspend all College Division in-person classes, activities, and performances until March 29 at the earliest.

Here’s the edict:

Dear Juilliard Community,

I write to update you on Juilliard’s continuing response to COVID-19, known as the coronavirus. While I want to emphasize that there are no known cases at Juilliard, it is important to take further steps now to help slow the progress of the virus, in advance of any issues arising specifically at Juilliard. As such, we are temporarily moving to remote classes beginning Monday, March 16, the date we were scheduled to resume after spring break.

Juilliard will suspend all College Division in-person classes, activities, and performances between March 16 and March 29.

We will transition to virtual instruction starting on Monday, March 16 and continue in this mode for at least the next two weeks.  Given this planning, we encourage all college students to remain home after spring break, pending notification of the resumption of normal activities.

Damian Woetzel

 

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