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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2010

This school is what you make of it. It can be great if you apply yourself or give very little if you try very little.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Developmental Services Worker
Graduation Year: 2016

THEY ARE JUST OUT FOR MONEY!!! LISTEN TO ME AND DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT COME TO THIS EMBARRASSMENT OF A SCHOOL. The instructors aren't helpful and the lessons are taught by Lynda.com. Just go straight there and join, you'll be much better off. Use treehouse too. I regret everyday for coming here but it's too late for me, not for you.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Music, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

As someone who had a terrible high school experience and wanted to go to college but was afraid of another 4 years of negativity, I chose Full Sail and loved my decision. My college is in session all year long in order to allow the students to graduate in around 2 years, depending on their course. Full Sail allowed me to work at my own pace, is super hands on/interactive, VERY major specific, and even the basic education course (math, science, english, etc.) all catered to my career path and didn't make me feel like I was wasting my time. Whether on campus or online the curriculum is quality and all of the staff and instructors are easy to work with. I think it is fantastic that there is a school out there for all the "different learners" and industry passionate students that just want to get started working and don't want to have a typical college experience (dorms, 4 years, greek life, sports, etc.).

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2014

It's an amazing school. Has all the latest tech and course material. I'd highly recommend for anyone interested in any of its courses. Friendly, helpful faculty and lifetime support.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Video Game Design
Graduation Year: 2017

Here's a review from the perspective of a current student. I've been in the game design online program since August of 2014, and I have precisely zero complaints about the quality of education offered. They teach you both primary skills, such as moderate programming, scripting, level design, and game design theory, as well as ancillary skills like communication, leadership, psychology and more. All of these areas of study can seem disparate and somewhat disconnected from each other, but it's astounding how many of these elements come together to form a comprehensive understanding and skillset. I'm already much more confident in my ability to work in the game industry than I was when I started, and I'm only half-way done. To those who are looking around to find out what the school is actually like, I'd whole-heartedly recommend it. You see a lot of sceptics pointing fingers at elements like the school being for profit, supposedly low graduation rates, and high cost. Firsthand, having been to several schools in my academic career, especially those with traditional academic merits, I would say that this school has absolutely been the most beneficial thing to my personal development in my life. This school will pay dividends on any effort you put in, and despite this being mocked in some other reviews the fact remains: If you are lazy, you will fail, if you work hard, they will match you every step of the way.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Animation
Graduation Year: 2012

Full Sail is a for profit University that cost way too much money and at time it seem they are more worried about making money than giving their students a quality education. As an online student I was lucky enough to live near campus so I still felt like I was able to get the same type of experience the on-campus students get. If it wasn't for that I don't think my experience at Full Sail would have been as good as it was. I've heard of issues in the online degree programs pertaining to teachers not being available for their students and giving them a less than adequate experience.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Video Game Design
Graduation Year: 2013

The program was terrible. The teachers constantly canceled class . They were not available for help or questions. The school was not worth the price! The financial services kept messing up. I wound up taking more loans than anticipated. $75,00.00 tuition my loans total $131,000.00 and that's with a $13,000.00 scholarship. Even qualifying for work study I finally got a job on campus 3 months before graduation. This is not a school to waste you time or money on. Their career services suck too. O don't think they have qualified staff in these positions. they have students from all over the country going to school here and they give them job leads 3000 miles from where they live .

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016

I often see people write disparaging remarks about their online education at Full Sail. I leave those people with this: You get what you put into it. If you utilize all the resources and network, you will have a fabulous learning experience at Full Sail. I enrolled at Full Sail because I have a passion for entertainment, and it's curriculum is actually one of the most comprehensive available. I started a small production company before enrolling. The amount of money I have been able to earn has increased as a direct result of the education I have received at Full Sail. Once you graduate, you can return to audit courses so you stay current. Any concerns or issues I have had have always been addressed and resolved immediately, which is impressive in today's world that lacks customer service. I personally would tell anyone that if you have a passion for one of Full Sail's programs, and wish to progress at an accelerated speed, don't hesitate to enroll.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Film/Cinema/Video Studies
Graduation Year: 2008

Great education as a technician. Not so much on the creative aspect. Fast degree and lots of debt.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Film Production
Graduation Year: 2014

It was fast, and efficient. I wish that the courses were longer. I wish that we had been helped more after college to get into the work force.

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