Students demand fees freeze. Juilliard says no. So they are occupying the buildingmain
One third of the student body, along with hundreds of alumni, faculty, workers and family, have asked the Juilliard administration for a freeze on tuition fees.
They say that another tuition raise post-Covid will make it harder for students to afford food, rent and transportation costs, and will forces them into even deeper debt. Around a quarter of Juilliard’s students are estimated to have a household income of below $30,000.
Juilliard just stonewalls.
This won’t end well.
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