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Application and $75 fee
Applicants must submit a completed application for admission and fulfill all of its requirements. Full Sail’s application fee can be deferred. Please reach out to your Admissions Representative for more information.
Documentation of high school graduation or equivalent
Applicants must provide documentation of their high school graduation, passing educational development (GED) scores/transcripts, or other equivalent, state-approved diploma examination prior to starting a program.
Government-issued photo identification such as a driver’s license, passport, or state-issued ID card.
Verification of English proficiency if primary language
All required documentation that is not in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation. Click here to view international requirements.
As part of the application process, applicants will be asked to complete an interview with an Admissions Representative.
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Technology orientation and assessment
Applicants to online-only degree programs will be required to complete an orientation module that presents information on operating the learning management system, best practices for online learning, troubleshooting issues, and technical support. The orientation will end with an assessment to confirm that the applicant has received sufficient instruction.
Once enrolled into a program, students will complete the orientation module. The module explains the best practices for conducting online learning, overall operation of the online platform, procedures for troubleshooting problems and contacting the technical support team, and general school policy as it applies to the online format.
Applicants should possess artistic skills. Traditional visual art classes and a foundation in sketching, sculpting, and painting are recommended prior to entering the program.
Applicants must demonstrate a minimum foundation in algebra II, pre-calculus, and trigonometry. Introductory programming classes are also recommended. Applicants must complete the Math Self-Evaluation and obtain a satisfactory score on a skills assessment test to enter a program.
In additional to the above admissions requirements, military program track (MPT) applicants must also be active members of the armed forces. Visit Military Benefits for more information and applicable degree programs, or call 800.226.7625 to speak with an Admissions Representative about how to begin.