For Parents & Family
We know how important it is to make an informed decision about your child's college experience. Here are some topics that come up often when we talk to parents of prospective students.
For more information, download the Family Guide or visit our FAQ section.
Location & Housing
Our campus is located in Winter Park, Florida, in a college-friendly area near other schools such as UCF and Rollins College. Affordable and convenient residential options surround the campus, many within walking distance.
Full Sail doesn't have dorms or on-campus housing. However, we have a dedicated Housing department that provides students with resources to support their decision-making process. Our Housing Guide has details on nearby places to live, safety information, choosing a roommate, and other important factors to consider. The Housing department maintains a roommate list and works with Enrollment Guides to make sure students have determined their housing situation before beginning their programs.
Full Sail University’s degree programs bring career strategies into the picture early on. Career modules are built into our bachelor’s curriculum, covering topics ranging from résumés, to interview skills, to personal branding. And ongoing portfolio projects are designed for students to develop tangible work to show future employers or clients.
Career support extends past graduation with a dedicated Career Development department. Advisors provide guidance and resources specific to a student’s prospective industry, and stay in constant communication with the professional world. These services are available to graduates no matter which stage they are in their career paths.
Full Sail’s student community is close-knit and active. Through clubs, special events, and networking, students have many opportunities to make friends and collaborate on creative projects. Your child may have anticipated getting a part-time job in college, but that will be challenging to manage alongside a Full Sail schedule. Our degrees are fast-paced and time-intensive – just like the careers they are designed for – so it’s important that students have time and energy to devote to their education.