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Reviews 1990 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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1 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is crazy expensive and goes up every semester. Financial aid does not cover everything.

3 people found this useful Report
3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: The professors are cool but the Advisors are hard asses at times.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: I believe for what we pay in tuition we should have more hands on experience. I also think there should be a better job placement program or at least internship opportunities.

1 person found this useful Report
1 College Senior

Academic Experience: Horrible. Workload is easy enough for a monkey to do, no challenge just a heap of work. No real artistic nature here just a place where everybody wants to try and be better than the next, but nobody realizes we all have the same material. No sort of real world education. Just a real sense of a scam.

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1 College Senior

Academic Experience: For 30 years what has Full Sail been doing ? So no how about a class crammed of information that was poorly put together in a "lesson plan", with no slides, or properly written textbook. How about a degree program that has courses changed and revised and dropped just about every month, Great aren't i supposed to get to take a class for free if they change or add something new ? well that means I should get to take the whole course for free shouldn't it. No structured learning, just a bunch of information thrown on a wall like a plate of spaghetti to see what sticks.

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1 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I am a VA student, the military paid 100% for all of my schooling. Yet Full Sail university seems to over charge the VA as well as try to bill me with 25,000 bill. Which is a joke, when emailing a representative wether it be a student advisor or financial aid advisor, you can be assured that it will take them a week to longer to get back to you. When you do get in contact with them, " I never received any email " is always a definite at Full Sail University.

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1 College Senior

Career Services: Nobody is there to help at all. This is a total gaffe or front, when asked about internships it seems like a joke to them, when some colleges offer internships with the program you are in. D - is a generous grade.

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College Sophomore

Student Body: Being that I am enrolled in online classes it wouldnt be possible to answer this question.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: For a $61,500 tuition for my degree getting the Financial Aid wasnt a difficult process. Between my pell grants and my stafford loan it gave me a $3000 balance with a few options on how to pay. The only thing I would of done differently was applied sooner for Financial Aid.

College Sophomore

Career Services: I start school on September 30th for my 2 year bachelor's degree. My Major is in 3D 2D Art and Game design. I shall exell well given my many talents in Art and computer progaming.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Although there is a strong Alumni network the career center or job department does not do a good job of prospecting a job for students on the verge of graduating causing us to find our own methods of finding a reputable job instead of going through their channels to find one. The job prospects are promising but the department set up to handle students looking for those jobs does an average job.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The academics offered is very diverse and their are many ways to learn about these different careers. The workloads and scheduling is stressful but you get used to it. Some of the professors are very helpful land provide much help when needed. There are also lots of extra events geared towards our chosen fields of study that explain about working in our careers.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The program is very cool offering all facets of the industry from animation to level design. Although we learn this stuff in a 4 week span the workload can be stressful and annoying. The opportunities are slight but their are some and the resources are abundant the courses themselves are very entertaining and knowledgeable.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Their is a wide variety of different races and nationalities at Full Sail. That culmination of many makes the student body very diverse but the typical age groups varies all over the place. Their are middle aged men and women who are married and have families to young out of high school graduates who its their first time in college going their so you see many different varying age groups and many different experiences and stories.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The campus life is great you have many students on the campus that are friendly. The security is friendly and will always point you in the correct direction if need be.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: When the say "Real world education" they really mean it. The film department is huge and has multiple studies and lots for you to shoot in and on. You are give the chance to work with teachers who have had experience in this particular field to get a great hands on education to be ready as soon as you graduate. You work with the equipment that the pros use so you wont be a stranger when it comes to using it!

4 College Senior

Online Courses: Online courses are really fun and can be easily done as long as you pay attention to your time.The teachers are very easy to get along with the help you with everything! The english teacher grades really hard so pay close attention to your work when you take that class.You can easily communicate with your classmates by simply dropping an email and getting that networking started.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I've only completed the orientation. I begin classes on 3 September, 2013. I received a 92 out of 100 for the orientation grade.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The library is pretty good but the online catalog is a pain to use.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The network goes down more than I'd like but the campus has great tech support.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: Their online platform could use some improvements but so far I have learned a ton and feel close to being ready to get a job in my field.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: My school has real world degrees and are ahead of the game with a Mobile Development degree. It's a booming career and they're one of the first to offer a specific degree for it.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: It is extremely hands on. I'm studying film and my boyfriend is studying recording arts and you get to work with the actual equipment that you would on a set or in the recording studio. You learn by doing. Most schools don't have anything like this. Some people have hardly any experience with the equipment needed for the job they want.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition at this school is quite expensive, but I feel you are getting your money's worth. I am still in the process of getting all my schooling paid for. The financial aid office is very helpful and understanding, but when your parents aren't approved for the Parent Plus Loan and can't get any cosigners, you are kinda screwed. Because of this, it is a possibility that I will have to go to another school or wait until I am 24. It isn't the financial aid offices' fault, just make sure your parents have good credit or have someone willing to cosign on a loan when applying for this school.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: They are on top of technology. Full Sail is on the cutting edge of technology because they train students for all facets of the entertainment industry.

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Full Sail University is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), and is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (CIE), Florida Department of Education. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, please click here.
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