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Reviews 2325 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I did very well in the classes. Showed up on time, wasn't late and listened to the teacher lecture. The professor would always be prepared to teach you with slide shows and examples. If the teacher explained something better I would have gave them a A+. The teacher are very helpful though when I may have been lost in class, I should of just asked more question.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: My major is Digital Arts & Design, and so far every class is important in this study. They teach you almost everything, and anything you need to know about design. All the classes relate to each other. Every class is interesting in its own way and applicable to other classes you encounter. The workload is extremely heavy and fast paced (preparation to real world jobs or careers). Creativity is a key in this program, and the educators do a great job in helping you with that. Lastly pre-production is very important.

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4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: My experience with financial aid was excellent, they will discuss anything with you about your finance, and even help you; but you may be on hold for a while. Tuition is very expensive, and does not include living expenses, but they are education is great and up-to-date; with a great professionalism system. But, I am not going to lie, there are way inexpensive ways to learn what they teach (so far in my program).

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Hopefully it will be worth it in the long run. The student aid process is easy and their always attentive and helpful when I call. The tuition is just so high you need a lot of financial aid.

5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: They helped me use all of my resources as well as point me in the right direction for a lot more financial aid.

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5 College Junior

Student Body: Being an online students, it is hard for me to say what campus life is like at Full Sail. For the online portal however it is excellent. We are our own student body group with the ability to network with each other and feed off each others creative juices. They are all very motivated and professional.

5 College Freshman

Career Services: I have to give this school and A+ simply because of what i have read from reviews and graduates feedback. I have yet to begin my course so judging alumni on quality is out of the question at this point.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have yet to begin my course at Full Sale, but i can state that my experience with the financial aid department has been quite great and helpful with all and any questions I may have had. For me this will be my first experience dealing with financial aid so having someone to break things down for me to completely understand how things work is great, and i did receive that from my schools financial department. Although at times it is hard to get in contact with my enrollment guide, i can completely understand why. It is simply because my adviser has so many students who needs the same help I did. I will say that i am able to set appointment with my adviser and that's very helpful also. I do feel that the money is very much worth my experience.Through receiving my Bachelors degree from an award winning school will surely help me in my career. I'd never put a limit on my education.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I've had some troubles with direction within the online courses. But overall they are good.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: very happy with an amazing online portal. they have done a great job with putting it together and maintaining it

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: The network reliability is awesome. This is where 100 % of my assignments are done. Meeting with the help center, teachers, and students on chat.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: It has never been a problem with my assignment when I need help they have a wonderful. Help center for all students.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Full Sail is a very open and friendly school. There is always someone to help you in any area. All you need to do is ask.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: To my knowledge Full Sail is the only school to offer my particular major, Internet Marketing. That in and of itself is astounding. But not only is the major itself awesome, but the bring in industry leading Internet Marketers that do GoToTraining webinars for us.

If that wasn't enough they offer a Masters degree in the subject as well. Full Sail gets it. They really get it. The world has changed. How we consume has changed. Internet marketing in a must in todays business environment.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Being that Full Sail is a Digital Media school first, I definitely feel like we Internet Marketing majors are the black sheep of the flock. Granted I just started classes last month, but thus far I have been the only one in my major in the two classes I've taken. That adds to the feeling of isolation one already experiences by studying virtually as opposed to in person. Outside of that I have no complaints at all.

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3 College Senior

Online Courses: The best part about taking online courses is that I do not have to get up early in the morning to go to class. I can set my own time for when I want to complete my assignments, as long as they are completed before the deadline. The main problem with having a class online is that the teachers are not physically there to help you if you have any questions or need help. I also enjoy asking my peers for help in class as well. I am unable to do that when I am taking an online course. Even though I prefer the traditional classroom experience, I have no problem with taking an online course.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: My first degree was Internet Marketing Masters and it was full of courses that helped understand and improve marketing for businesses as it relates to the Internet. The workload was fine considering the amount of time we had to do the assignments and length of the courses.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is a bit high, but the financial aid process went smoothly. Those online students that do not have a Macbook laptop, are forced to get one along with required software through the school at a discounted price which is added to cost of tuition. The education value is worth the tuition, and financial aid office is helpful from my experience.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Students are required to have a laptop and Full Sail has many options available.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Full Sail offers both on campus as well as online degrees. The number of programs offered is increasing, thus giving more options to students for continued education. Many of the alumni come back and speak to students which is great encouragement for us to keep striving to do our best.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The program is pretty exciting at first then there are some classes you run into that make you wonder what exactly you are doing at the school and you can't really figure out why they are necessary but as you move along the courses you realize how well structured the classes are and how helpful it is to do all the work and PDF's instructors provide you with. The facilities are great help is always available when you need it.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: You have no class flexibility because it is an accelerated school so they choose your schedule. However, they try to be as accommodating as they can so they have multiple options for different schedules you can choose. They have a hybrid which is where you take all of your basic classes online while you are still at home. Then you have the accelerated option which is where you take the two classes per month (this is the 'normal' schedule). The last choice is the extended program which is where you take only one class a month; this is the option that they make so that you can work as well as going to school or if you have families.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: The online courses are easy to navigate, you have access to an instructor, and can interact with your classmates. Sometimes I feel like I would prefer on campus classes. Sometimes I wonder if the online classes are made to easy in order to take away any confusion that might be made in an online environment.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid process is easy. There is a admissions representative that guides you every step of the way. They send all the paperwork needed to you and even find scholarships for you. There just aren't enough scholarships to cover the tuition! This school is expensive! The tuition is really high and the fact that you have to also afford your own living arrangements adds to your tuition cost too!

3 College Senior

Student Body: Most of the student body are hard workers, although there are many other students in the school who take their education lightly. This is primarily due to the low GPA required by the school to actually attend. The quality of work put out by students determines the level of dedication a student has during their time at Full Sail.


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