Yes. For more information about financial aid, click here.
Here are the basics. You must:
1. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen with a social security number.
2. Be registered with the Selective Service (if you're a male over the age of 18).
3. Be able to present a standard high school diploma or equivalent degree (GED).
4. Not owe a refund on any previous government grants, taxes or be in default on any previous government loans.
5. Enroll in one of Full Sail's degree programs.
For more details, visit our Financial Aid section.
Yes. For more scholarship information and to download Full Sail University’s complete scholarship guide, please click here.
You will be eligible to apply for financial aid as an independent student if you answer YES to any of the following statements:
– You are At least 24 years old as of December 31st of the award year covered by the FAFSA.
– You are a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.
– You are a graduate or professional student (beyond a Bachelor's degree).
– You are married.
– You are a ward of the court or both of your parents are deceased.
– You have a legal dependent other than a spouse.
Federal Stafford Loans – Repayment begins six months after student’s last day of attendance.
Federal Parent PLUS Loans – Repayment begins after the loan has been fully disbursed, usually 4-6 months after the financial aid period begins.
Federal Graduate PLUS Loans – Repayment begins after the loan has been disbursed, but graduate students are eligible to seek an in-school deferment until completing their program.
Private/Alternative Education Loans – Repayment terms vary by lender, but most reputable private loan products offer either interest only payments while in school or deferment of all payment until six months after student’s last day of attendance.
*Please keep in mind that this information is subject to change, and all loan repayment plans are subject to the terms defined by the lender.
Most students who need financial aid provide for their living expenses by using a combination of different kinds of awards. How much you can get is based on your situation and eligibility.
The Financial Aid department works with eligible students to provide work-study positions in many departments here at Full Sail. Students are not eligible to begin working in work-study positions until they successfully complete their first month of classes.
Private funding sources are available to international students. To find out more about private funding, please contact your Admissions Representative at 407.679.6333. In order to be eligible for private loans, international students must have a U.S. citizen or permanent resident as a co-signer.
International students at Full Sail enter the country on F-1 visas. With the F-1 visa, they are permitted to work on campus while they are pursuing their degree, and they are also eligible for practical training (internship) upon completion of their studies.