WWE brings its live NXT events to the Full Sail Live Venue, giving students opportunities to assist behind the scenes. This has also led to more than $350,000 in scholarships awarded to students as well as ongoing post-graduation opportunities.
Since 2012, Full Sail's relationship with the Vans Warped Tour - the largest and longest-running music festival in the US - has led to numerous internship opportunities, and for the past two years, the Vans Warped Tour lineup has been revealed during a live webcast from Full Sail University's campus.
Virtual reality studio Doghead Simulations – co-founded by multiple Full Sail Hall of Fame alumni – has its eastern US headquarters on campus. They’re the developers behind rumii, a groundbreaking VR collaboration tool, and having the team on-site means students can get a behind-the-scenes look at the workflow and iteration that goes into creating a software product.
Launched in collaboration with Wargaming.net, the UX Lab is a 3000 square-foot space dedicated for game testing. It utilizes technologies such as eye-tracking and facial recognition to assess the player experience, and projects from both students and studios alike can benefit from these technologies.
Full Sail University’s Dan Patrick School of Sportscasting was developed with input from the veteran sportscaster himself. Students are able to build a reel showcasing their talents with ongoing coaching from active professionals.