For Current Students
Explore maps of our campus to help you navigate and familiarize yourself with our facilities and buildings.
Here, you will find information how to view your all of your classes, along with locations and instructor information.
Log in to your Full Sail University email and stay connected with your instructors, classmates, and the wider university community.
View this essential resource for students, which provides valuable information on a wide range of topics, including academic regulations and student rights and responsibilities.
Campus Safety & Security
Campus Safety Handbook
This PDF report will provide you with important information about safety on and off-campus.
Emergency Notification System
The ENS allows Full Sail Management to alert students and staff to emergencies happening on or near campus.
Full Sail Armada
Join our dynamic community of competitive players, who come together to compete in a variety of popular games and tournaments.
Harnessing the power of Full Sail's creative compassion to positively impact our community.
Full Sail's student production agency, SPARK, provides selected students with the opportunity to work on non-academic projects for outside clients in the nonprofit realm, as well as events and productions hosted by the school.
Resources - Academic Policies
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Download the FERPA Release Form to disclose your protected educational records to individuals you designate.
Letters of Verification
Request a letter of verification, confirming your enrollment status, program of study, and any other relevant details about your academic record at our institution.
Schedule Change Requests
The Schedule Request Form allows students to submit various scheduling requests, such as adding or removing courses, as well as swaps and retakes.
Time Off Requests
How to take time off school, request a leave of absence, or other breaks from school.
Resources - Financial Aid
Log into the portal to view your academic information, receive personalized communication, and use self-service tools.
Federal Student Aid
Information to help you access and manage your financial aid from studentaid.gov.
Federal Work Study FAQs
Federal Work Study is a source of federal financial aid offered to eligible enrolled students who can earn this source of supplemental income by working a part-time, on-campus job.
Resources - Learning
Co-Pilot Tutoring Center
Provides peer-to-peer tutoring, houses the Writing Center, and hosts academic workshops.
The Library provides access to print and digital assets as well as being a place to study and socialize.