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Reviews 2094 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am an online student in the Creative Writing for Entertainment BFA degree program. We take one class a month so being able to focus on one subject is great. Each course builds on the previous so you retain what you have learned. A one month course is worth a whole semester so the work is intense but we will get our Bachelors degrees in 32 months. I am in my second month and it is going by so quickly. The best thing about Full Sail University is that they take student learning seriously they don't just throw the data at you and expect you to figure out what is required. There is a Rubric for every assignment that clearly lists exactly what you need to do to earn the grade of your choice. I am currently a 4.00 student and intend to remain that way.

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5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The curriculum in your program is all planned out. You don't have to register for a class. The Instructors are great and almost all of them also work in the Entertainment Industry. So they really know what they are talking about. The workload is intense anywhere from 35 to 60 hours a week depending on the class.

College Sophomore

Career Services: I am only a Freshman and I have not used the career services as of this time. Their reputation for career services is one of the reasons that I enrolled at FSU.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I was able to get all of the money I needed to pay for my tuition and other college expenses. There is no concern in financial aid about covering living expenses. I am hoping next year that I will end up with more to live on. I only get 110.00 a month. Youch!

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I loved working with online courses more than campus courses. I could get my work done at my own pace and have more time for personal activities. I also liked the fact that I could get multiple weeks of course work done in a shorter time period.

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3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: No sport gym, no athletic center, all we have is a library and it's smaller than my old high school. It's okay because I'm always busy with class.

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: I'm good with my financial aid and paying tuition. Everything is paid for and up-to-date.

3 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: We have a lot of male students at our school so your very focus on class. Very funny.

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5 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: Courses at my school are odd hours and I have 12 hour days some months. New schedule every month plus I'm on an accelerate path. I actually love it though.

4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: You get a lot of experience from my school and it's hands on but you have to be hungry!

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: It has been a little hassle but I'm almost finished with school.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Its easier because you dont have the distractions of a classroom

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: They help with everything. Very easy to get in contact with people

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I havent started yet but I am sure my teachers will help in every way possible

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: They help you find a job and you can alway retake a course free of charge to keep up with the technology

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The online library and resources are fantastic.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: It has been a dream for me to go to Full Sail University for years now. I've always wanted to get my hands dirty in the Game Design field and Full Sail has experienced Alumni with that in spades. One day I hope to count myself among them. Everything this school has to offer is there only to propel you forward, from the study area's to the advisors, the teachers, and the programs provided to you to work either from the school or at home. No matter what the curriculum, this school has what it takes to create a professional and unique employee out of you.

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4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Everything is laid out pretty straight forward, you don't really have to worry about finding any hidden fee's or getting sucker punched with an additional charge anywhere. That being said, the way the transfer credits balance out isn't as nice as I would like it to be. Because my transfer credits both hit classes I would normally have to take in the first semester you would think that my discount for not taking those classes would affect my first year of tuition. They do not. They affect my final semester; seemingly nice because the cheapest semester will be essentially free of cost to me. But annoying in the fact that the most expensive semester in which any discount would be nice, is still full priced.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: The online classes are supposedly directly tied to the curriculum you would learn in class. I haven't taken any of them personally but the degree for the online is one of the most popular at the school.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Transferring credits to the school could not have been easier, all I had to do was send them a transcript and they omitted certain classes from the curriculum. Because the school has a 21 month program already set up for the student you don't have to worry about selecting class times or anything, it's done for you. However because of this there is no editing your schedule, if tuesday (for example) at 9pm isn't a good time for you... you better make it a good time for you.

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Junior

Career Services: Full Sail's alumni network allows graduated students to touch base with a personal advisory team at the school dedicated just to working with them. If you are having trouble with what to do after graduation, or finding a job, they are definitely the best place to look to for help

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Full Sail's library is amazing, the architecture and design for the room itself makes you feel a little more at ease in order to focus on your studies. The rest of the school is laid out comfortably so you can really spend the afternoon - or the entire day- working on your projects and trying to get a step ahead

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Full Sail University has been called the "Harvard of Game Schools" you don't earn a title like that for nothing. And the alumni network has an entire division of the school devoted strictly to helping you out AFTER you graduate.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The teachers are engaging and interact well with the students, the quality of the courses is enough to land you a job right out of the graduation ceremony.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: A diverse field of study is covered, anything from motion graphics and design, to motion capture and 3d animation or character modeling for video games. Not your typical "science and english" type school. But if you have a specialty that you want to exploit, Full Sail University is the place to do it!


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