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3 College Sophomore

Student Body: you will meet people from all over the world with different ethnics, economic, political, religious, and sexual lives and views. it is great not only do you learn from the teachers but the students around you.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: There is no flexibility at Full Sail your schedule is set and you have no choose in classes or time.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education I'm getting is well worth the money I'm paying. I got a little bit of financial aid, which helps, but I still need help paying the balance.The tuition at Full Sail is very high which makes it hard to pay when you come from a low income family. I wish they had more programs to help low income students. It is very important to get all your papers in order and apply as early as possible and ask for help where ever possible.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: For the most part, everyone I met around campus was very kind. There are a lot of quiet types, so starting conversations might be a little difficult at first. There are also quiet a few of the class clown types. I've experienced at least one in each class I've attended.
I've never encountered any disrespectful students as of yet, but that doesn't mean there aren't any.

As for diversity; there are so many ethnicities here that it is hard to count. Most people don't even have a second thought about it because it is so common to see many different races here.
Sexuality-wise, there are many different variaties. So be prepared if you aren't akin to that sort of thing. My experience with the people who have other sexualities here is pretty normal. They are nice people just like the rest, and I haven't had anyone push their opinions on me or even mention their preferences really.

2 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Hello there. I'm Alannah and this is my review of Full Sail's Financial Aid and Tuition!

This college is well worth the money. Most of the teachers are or were professionals in their industry, so there are a lot of contacts you can make along with valuable lessons and advice.

I gave this a C- just because the financial department is not the best. On average, this college cost upwards to $80,000 for a 4 year degree and Pell/other grants will only cover so much.

My advice to anyone interested in this college is to PLAN AHEAD. Get all the scholarships/awards you can while you are in high school.

My experience with Financial Aid here wasn't the best. I moved to Florida for the campus degree and was just barely scraping by. I had no scholarships other than the ones they offered and with the grants from FAFSA I was still not making enough to cover my first semester. So they put me on a monthly cash payment plan. I managed to pay them off, but now the financial department is refusing cash payment plans altogether because people weren't paying their dues.

In the end I was forced to move back home with my parents and switched to the same major but online instead. The problem with this is that the online degree is more expensive. and on top of that ALL of the scholarships I was awarded at first have been removed and they have no scholarships to offer me for the online degree.

Overall, their Financial Aid is not good at all. The people are nice and very helpful, but there is only so much they can do with Full Sail's weird idea of financial aid. Get scholarships while you can. High schools have millions of opportunities just sitting there for you. That one opportunity could either make it or break it, and if you really love the career you are going into then its a chance worth taking.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I am a Journalism/New Media graduate student and the classes have exceeded my expectation thus far. Great classmates, engaging professors, interesting material and fabulous resources make it a rewarding experience.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education and resources available to me are worth the money I'm paying.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Being an online student has certain disadvantages, such as a lack of face to face meetings with professors. However, whenever I contact them with a problem, issue or concern they are more than happy to discuss for as long as necessary and are incredibly supportive

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It's great! You can't beat how flexible Full Sail online is. You can work around your school scheduled your not obligated to go to certain a class by a certain time. You get your assignments for the week or sometimes for the whole month and you go at your own pace. As long as you turn it in by the due date you're golden!!!

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: It is a media school so having access to those items are never a problem!

5 College Junior

Career Services: I did not graduate yet but my student advisers are doing everything possible to make sure that the best options are presented to me in furthering my education. Full Sail University is the best school an artist can ever dream of! With so much hands on experience given, if you fail it is your fault only!!

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The library is very high tech and in with the new/current content. Multitudes of campus activities and events, though unfortunately there is no athletic center.

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3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The computer labs are very good and clean, though wireless access is very unreliable!

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose this school to further my knowledge of digital arts and design. I enjoy how small the classes are but don't love the constant class time schedule changes. Also I do not enjoy that If I missed one assignment I failed for the entire month.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Im in the recording arts program and so far the classes are fun. The electives tie in to what your major is. This keeps you interested and ultimately helps you pass. The is a lot of work, but its not overwhelming. They find a good amount without giving you to much.

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4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: At Full Sail Univeristy, I know I will be recieving an education that is well worth the money I pay. Although it is costly, I firmly believe that my career will be fruitful because of the sacrifices made in getting me there. My admissions advisor at Full Sail was incredibly helpful, his enthusiasm about the school and knowledge about the application process made it less stressful for me, and it is good to know that I can rely on him if I ever need help in the future. If there was one thing I would change, I wish the school had more scholarship opportunities available for all its students. I am looking forward to a great 2 years at this university!

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The technologies in this school are very current. I am an online student and I know that the online access to resources is vast. We have accounts with various online tools via Full Sail. We also have tutors and technical people available to help each day. We are sent all the materials needed and they are always on time.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: In my specific major the school focuses on all aspects of music production from technology to theory, arranging and computer science. There are general elect courses and after those there are music production specific classes. Each course is a different angle of music production, kind of like puzzle pieces in which we complete and can move on to the next. There is a lot of work since each class is only a month long. You have to catch on quick and really be good with time management.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am pretty satisfied with my college. The school provides all the materials for an online student and makes going to college online very convenient. The classes are at a good time in the day and they record each class in case we miss one so we can watch it later. Resources for success are widely available.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am currently in the film program, and it is everything I wanted/expected and more. If you really have a passion for film this course is amazing. The instructors all know what they are talking about, if you are friendly and they like you they'll even help you find work in your field! There is no such thing as a boring class, there are no stereotypical college professors at Full Sail, it's like going to class and being taught by one of your friends.

College Junior

Student Body: I'm an online student and haven't had any personal interaction with the student body. All interaction is via email, discussion forums, etc.

College Junior

Career Services: I haven't had any thing from Career Services as I'm just starting school. I'm sure I'll have the reps begin to contact me the closer I get to graduation.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: As an online student my overall experience has been great. There is ample time to complete assignments. If you have any difficulties teachers, advisors,student mentors and FSO Support are easily accessible. Technical issues arise here and there, but they are quickly accessed by FSO Support.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: While the tuition is high, the knowledge and equipment we receive is worth it. I encountered zero problems with the financial aid office nor with receiving financial aid.

5 College Senior

Student Body: Of what I have seen to this point (in my senior year) the student body here is wonderful. They are helpful and informative, have any questions do not be afraid to ask they will answer them. Even from other degree programs they will help if they know the answer or where to point you to. Its a great group of people in a solid school. I am an online student and have seen help go both ways.

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