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Reviews 2093 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I am getting plenty financial aid and I believe the school is well worth the money. I do wish it was easier to learn the programs that came with the technology they sent me though.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I picked this school because in the school information I received from them, one of the courses dealt with writing comic books. But I have yet to learn how to formate manuscripts for comic book submissions. So I feel that I am wasting my time and the lenders money.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I was nervous at first, but once I got use to their website and turning in assignments it is a breeze. Teachers are always there for you, through email, phone, AIM, and ichat.

3 College Sophomore

Student Body: The people that attend Full Sail want to be there. They want to get an education.

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I love the school. I am an online student so I can't speak for campus. The classes are great, teachers are great. I am about to graduate from Entertainment Business. The only thing I didn't like is some of the teachers are slow at grading papers. Other than that awesome school!

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5 College Freshman

Online Courses: Each of Full Sail's courses are broken down into a period of four weeks. So you are only taking one class at a time. This is very different from the traditional school that places a heavy load on the student by having them take multiple classes over a certain period of time (semester/quarter).

At first this seemed strange but now I prefer to take one class at a time, this way I am able to concentrate and really apply myself.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There is a library with much information! I spend much of my time there. You can rent many books and dvds, and the programs you are learning and the programs you are not. This is a great way to get ahead of the class and expand you knowledge. I am disappointed that Full Sail does not have a gym. With all the money we put in to it we should be able to have a gym.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I have already had to take a leave of absence, so I could find a job, and the school was very flexible about it. They gave me just enough time to get the job and come back with no hassle at all. I also was able to transfer my previous college credits toward the school.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: You get a great education. The financial aid office does help you find student loans too. Although the program is very expensive. Perhaps a bit over priced. Although The college is one of the best in its rank for the industry that I am trying to get in. So they have their reasons for being priced so high.

3 College Junior

Student Body: Sweet, this grade shows that your working up to an A. Your work is payng off and it will get you far.

1 College Junior

Campus Resources: Your not working hard enough, it shows that you don't care much about your school work. You should start working harder before you get kicked out of the school.

2 College Junior

Career Services: This grade is an average, but it is a PASS. Also this grade shouldn't make a student be diappointed, however it just tell his to work harder.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education is a bit tough but it is completely worth it. You need plenty of study time and put in atleast five hours a day, however, the rest is on them. It is great.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: This school is awesome in many ways. We always get the best industry professionals as teachers, as well as most software and of course the MacBook Pro. The class curriculum is very very heavy, always loaded with brand new knowledge the we need to learn on a daily basis to be able to keep up with school. On a different topic, this school is composed of 95% male students, so girls are seen only on very rare occasions, thats really frustrating.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: It is just amazing, because they all have everything you need if you want to study Films. They have a lot of sets, cameras that they let the students borrow for projects, etc. It is just great. As for finding a job, they introduce you to people that work in the industry, and you offer them your services. But you have to work really hard on looking for the job. It's a great experience.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: It is a little hard, but it's a great experience. The only bad thing about this university is that it is expensive. Really expensive. But I believe it is a great school!

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3 College Sophomore

Career Services: students are very helpful and so is the career center

5 College Sophomore

Student Body: Everyone is amazing, though there is a lack of females, and the ones that are there... Can be snobby. Other than that, a lot of motivated people, and a lot of lazy people, but all nice.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Great people, good teachers, horrible management. But every moment I have had at the school was pleasant. When I first got to the school, it was my first thanksgiving away from my family, and I ended up sitting in the school courtyard alone. All of a sudden a security guard sits down next to me and hands me a plate full of amazing food! I guess he saw me sitting alone and he wanted to cheer me up so he had his mom bring me down a plate. I almost cried lol

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3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid department really helps you get the money, but once the school has your money, you have to work to get a hold of anyone.

2 people found this useful Report
4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose this school because of my major and the schools reputation. I am learning a lot. Full Sail gets right to the work and I love it. There aren't a lot of courses not applying to your major.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Instructors are available through email, office hours, and iMessage throughout the day. We have writing centers, library, tutors (upon request), and recently added Lynda.com. The academics at Full Sail are excellent!

College Junior

Career Services: I have not went into an in-depth look at my university's career services as of yet. I do know, however, that the job prospects do look promising.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: The way Full Sail has the online courses set up is remarkable. You can tell a lot of time and dedication was put into ensuring that the program was done correctly. Communication between students is done via email, IM, or discussion boards. The communication with the teachers is done via email which is accessible via computer or even phone.

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4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Full Sail is a full industrial immersion into the entertainment and design industry. The class registration is not existent since you are automatically entered into the required courses.

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