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Reviews 1994 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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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.

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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!

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Most people that get to go into this kind of a game art program, are doing it for one of two reasons. They either "one" have a lifelong passion for video games and want to have a hand in creating them. Or "two" have a passion for drawing and want to exploit their talents and make a career of being creative. Either way, the student wins!

4 College Junior

Student Body: A great place to go to school right after high school. Many of the student body are of a diverse culture or have varying religious and political beliefs, but above all they're there to score a job. Regardless of age, the people that attend these classes know that getting out of the class and getting into a job is the most important if not the only reason to be there, students rise to challenges being created by teachers every day to go above and beyond the means of their average assignments. You can get by doing the bare minimum, but when it's your education or future job at stake, why would you?

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Overall it's been ok. It's mostly easy but has been very stressful as well. I definitely WOULD NOT do it again, and honestly if I knew how sressful it was going to be I probably would have chosen another school. Refer to my past reviews for reasoning.

4 people found this useful Report
4 College Junior

Online Courses: It's all pretty good, very fair workload and easy to contact peers and professor.

1 person found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm an online student, so I don't have quite as many options as the others students on campus.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The workload is more than I expected but it's not impossible work. If you manage your time correctly then it's a pretty fair amount. The curriculum is engaging and accurate to what I need to know.

1 person found this useful Report
5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It's been pretty easy transferring credits, I just had to pay a small fee for the transcript. Everything else was smooth.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: It's all pretty good. It's simple to contact my professor and they're always open and willing to talk to me.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I honestly have no idea how to answer this. I haven't heard anything about possible jobs or potential employers.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Overall my experience with the other students has been good. We interact well and I haven't had any issues with anybody.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Although probably not the absolute worst, it's pretty bad. The school puts you into your classes long before finalizing your financial aid documents. This causes huge problems and is a very stressful and uneasy distraction while working in my class. I am getting a call from my financial adviser at least once a day, every single day, about something new I have to fill out or about a new issue that has arose. It is an ongoing process and it is very, very stressful. My financial adviser has threatened me many times, saying that she will push my "start date" back by months (which would mean I would have to completely start over months from now) until we settle all of my financial documents. It's not my fault that we didn't complete everything and make sure everything was ok before starting, however I constantly feel like I'm being punished.

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love the school, like I honestly really do, I've met so many friends and so many people and I just know my career as an animator is going to go so much better because of this.

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: The teachers are closer and I'm able to learn more and ask more questions because they're right there to help me.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: The general feel that I can do anything or be anything is what sets it apart from other schools.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: I have immediate access to any and all resources that I need to further my education.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Student Body: There are many students of many different genders and sexualities and never for a minute do I feel alone, there's so much love and acceptance here and it's awesome

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: This school is everything I could've asked for and more, the academics are the absolute best anyone can offer.

1 person found this useful Report
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