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Reviews 2009 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Curriculum and Professors – The curriculum is set up so that if you decide to transfer out there are very few colleges will give you credits for any of the classes you have taken. The curriculum is set up for maximum learning, however getting good feedback, if any from the professors is a miracle. The professors seem to copy others course data, which leads to confusion from errors (i.e., incorrect dates, missing data, etc.) or the professors use their own course data from the last semester, also leading to the same confusions. The platform is set up so students and teachers may chat via iChat and other means, but few professors get back to you. If the university would spend some time and money on the online student facets it would be a better place.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I am a full-time stay at home mom. Online classes allow me to attend school while still fulfilling my obligations. The classes are a month long.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: MDVBS- Mobile Media Devlopment – It needs work.
I am in a very new degree program. I will be one of the first to graduate. The program is disorganized and the transitions from class to class are not seamless. The work load is heavy and the accelerated rate is sometimes overwhelming. There is a lot of extra personal time dedicated to researching to complete assignments. The price is very expensive. Only apply if you are motivated and can handle heavy course loads. Most classes require about an average of 20-40 hours of work per week. There are a few general ed courses that are a complete waste of time but needed I assume to meet accreditation requirements. If you have the chance take the gen ed classes at a community college first. You will save around $10,000.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The Campus is very up-to-date with everything from the classrooms to the bathrooms. They have a events and live entertainment on their state-of-the-art "Live Venue". The have cafeterias that proudly brew "Starbucks" coffee. And their electronics and appliances are all updated.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education is very satisfactory. I got some financial aid which helped a lot at the beginning,and I'm hoping it'll keep pulling through for me, even though it is very expensive, but worth it in the end. The only problem I've been having are the schedules, especially on the months before holiday breaks and such.

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: From all the research and up to my knowledge Full Sail is the right choice for me. They help students get amazing jobs.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: No Comments – The reason why i chose this school was because they offered my major and they have a high rate of successful graduates. Everything is flexible, the faculty are very understanding when it comes to time prioritizing. Not looking to transfer

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: The school tuition is expensive but it's worth the price. Full Sail is one of the best schools in the country and their graduation rate is very high. I know so many people who have attended Full Sail that graduated and is successful in the field of business. The financial aid process was on time. You're never waiting they keep in touch with you on a daily to weekly basis. Their was never a wait. I recommend anyone who is after a degree in business to go to Full Sail.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have had a lot of problems getting financial aid through this school. Some of it was not the schools fault. I had a supposedly bad check which I knew nothing of until I tried to go to Full Sail. State Technical At Memphis stated I had owed them since in the 1990's. No one ever sent me a notice. I had not hear of it. Now I am having to wait to go to school, until I can get $145.00 together before I can even apply for a pell grant. I am on disability and am having financial difficulties doing so.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: A Typical Student – A typical student has a part-time or full-time job, so they have to balance school and work. Managing time can sometimes be difficult, but not that hard since each class is online. They have gotten some experience in their desired career field, but are still learning more.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Informative, Patient Advisors – Each advisor I've spoken to, whether it was regarding my Financial Aid or courses, has been extremely detailed and informative. I can tell they take their work seriously and are dedicated to helping students.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: Online Success – The main reason I choose this school was because of their online programs. Fully on-line and fully flexible. I live and work on the other side of the country and this on-line program is allowing me to attend a college best fitting my future career path.

5 College Sophomore

Student Body: Real World Education – Full Sail University offers degree programs that pertain to the entertainment business. I currently am enrolled into Creative Writing for Entertainment. The school offers so much towards your selected degree program. In the tuition you receive a mac book pro which is what the school is based around. The real world education prepares you for the industry. Also the school is set at a fast pace, i'm receiving a 4 year degree in 2 1/2 years.

5 College Junior

Student Body: Full Sail University has one of the most diverse student bodies that I know of. They offer campus and online learning, and I have had several classmates that were from another country. Some are fresh out of high school while others are older adults looking for change. Some are unemployed and others are full time employees. They juggle a lot in there lives and it helps that most instructors are aware of what goes on in their students' lives.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Not Much to Complain About. Each class is 4 weeks long and at most a student will have two classes in that four week time. There isn't much flexibility with the curriculum since all classes in your major has already been determined for you. I really haven't had any hassles, except some instructors take a while to grade your assignments, but we usually get our final grade within two weeks after the end of the class.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: High Tuition – Though the tuition is high and most students have to obtain private loans to get through their major, the school does let you know whether or not these are needed. The only problem with this is the fact that the student's financial aid advisor only gives you a months notice before the next year starts. They need to give more notice to their students.

3 College Junior

Career Services: Glad to Have Post-Grad Services – The post-grad services seem to be very helpful t most students. I haven't spoken with an alumni before, but I have read statements from some. They find the student post-grad services to be very helpful in finding them a job.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: Perfect for Entertainment Industry – I love Full Sail! All I hear is great feedback from the school and the placement that grads have. They place you exactly where you deserve to be. If you are a hard working producer, Im sure they will place you along side a great company so you can gain the experience to succeed. The instructors are very helpful and encouraging. I feel that I will succeed at this school and that I will do what ever it takes to do so.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: 30 Days to Pay No Time to Play – The Rating for the material and value of education would actually be rated at an A. The fact that they dont let you know that your tuition increases each year is the part that gives them a bad rating. This school gave me 30 days to pay over $6000 in tuition, stating that my financial aid did not cover the cost. I have bumped into so many different walls that it is discouraging me. I feel like what more can happen. It is unfair to give a student 30 days to pay such a fee. For future references, read the fine print.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The wireless connection is ok it could be better but i expect it with everybody getting on it.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The classes that my school offers are made specifically for each major so you don't have to bother with picking classes and running the risk of not getting them.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I have yet to find something wrong with this school. We have pro's from the industry at our school every month helping us prepare for our future in the industry of our chosen profession. Hard to go wrong when they make it so good for us.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: so far its been exciting getting enrolled at fullsail

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Finacial Aid – its going good so far but i still need additional funding to stay enrolled im looking for ways to get that.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Course Flexbility – I am completing my degree online and find professors, counselors and peers extremely helpful in making this transition.

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