Our philosophy centers on recognizing the value in creative thinking and the importance of hands-on experience. We put this into action with an approach that emphasizes problem-solving, learning by doing, and empowering our students to generate their own concepts and ideas.
Love what you do? You’ll fit right in here.
Being proudly passionate about something can make you feel like an anomaly, but this is a community of people who are just as dedicated as you are. Whether you’re working on a project with classmates, contributing your talents to a production team, or bouncing ideas around with your instructor, you’ll be building meaningful connections that can continue beyond graduation.
Build knowledge by building experience.
Every part of your degree program is designed to look, feel, and function like your industry – from your workspaces, to your projects, to your schedule.
How do we stay connected? Through Program Advisory Committees: active professionals that regularly work with us to keep our degrees relevant. Educators who continue to create and contribute to to their fields. And an emphasis on portfolio projects that prove your experience to future employers.
Our degree programs are offered at a faster pace than traditional schools, so that students adapt to the 24/7 nature of their industries.
A bachelor’s degree can take 20 months instead of four years. You’re learning more in a shorter period of time, and starting out on your professional path earlier.
It’s amazing how technological advances give us new pathways to learn and create.
Since the beginning, we’ve always emphasized the importance of learning in professional environments, using relevant creative tools and software. Be sure to check your potential degree program’s online information to get a listing of software and technology included in your LaunchBox.
Full Sail's relationships in the world of entertainment and media have led to unique hands-on, experience-building opportunities for students. For example, WWE brings its live NXT events to the Full Sail Live Venue, giving students opportunities to assist behind the scenes.
From Oscar and GRAMMY winners to animators and entrepreneurs, our Hall of Fame inductees have made notable contributions to their industries and to the overall Full Sail community. In honor of Full Sail graduates, we host an annual celebration complete with live events, educational panels, and more.
REBL HQ is Full Sail University's collaboration with Maker Studios, the global leader in short-form video content. As the largest content network on YouTube, Maker Studios attracts more than 10 billion views every month through programming such as PewDiePie & Friends, BeautyPop, and Polaris.
Every Full Sail student receives a MacBook Pro*, along with professional software and tools through Project LaunchBox™. Your computer is your personal studio and prepares you for the technological challenges of your industry.
Plus, both campus and online students use our customized learning system. It’s designed from the ground up to accommodate Full Sail’s unique educational model and multimedia projects.
Along your academic journey, you’ll have access to a support team to assist with any challenges along the way, from academic advising to a dedicated student support center.
Full Sail University graduates are located all over the world. We hold networking events throughout the U.S. and beyond, and provide resources for alumni to stay in touch and share professional insights.
From career guidance by advisors that are dedicated to specific industries, to an outreach team that brings in companies for events and recruitment, our Career Development department stays tuned in to relevant trends and hiring needs. They’re here for you at every stage of your career, whether you’re an intern or an industry veteran.
For more than 35 years, our graduates have made a significant impact in entertainment, art, and technology. Our Hall of Fame celebrates them in a week of education and appreciation.
Here are just some of the artists, companies, and projects that have seen the contributions of Full Sail alumni.