The Full Sail University Hall of Fame recognizes the extraordinary accomplishments of select Full Sail graduates who have excelled in their career field.
Six new graduates are chosen for the Hall of Fame each year. In order to be considered for induction, grads must have at least ten years of industry experience. More importantly, the alumni must show a passion and dedication for their career that serves as a model for future artists and the Full Sail community at large.
Hundreds of candidates are considered for selection, and the individuals chosen for a given year’s class are confirmed by a Full Sail committee of faculty, administrators, and past Hall of Fame inductees.
The inductees’ career accomplishments are highlighted at the on-campus Hall of Fame exhibit, which features a 60-foot mixed-media wall that includes video, sound, pictures, and credits of chosen graduates, as well as artifacts and memorabilia from their work in the industry.
2010's Hall of Fame celebration began with attendees walking the red carpet into Full Sail Live, where they gathered for the induction ceremony. The event brought out local news affiliates, who spoke with the Hall of Fame graduates and their special guests, who included artists like Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins of TLC.
Full Sail President Garry Jones hosted the 2010 Hall of Fame induction ceremony, honoring the six graduates selected. The two-hour event included speeches from guests like Florida congressman Alan Grayson, as well as video messages from director Rob Reiner and musician Peter Frampton, who congratulated inductees on their achievements.
GRAMMY®-nominated rock band MUTEMATH closed out the week-long Hall of Fame celebration with a live concert for students and staff on campus.
2010 Hall of Fame inductees were treated to a VIP dinner party that featured a private performance from singer/songwriter Edwin McCain.