Full Sail University began 1979 in Dayton, Ohio, as an audio recording workshop. It provided unparalleled opportunity for students to become familiar with the industry through real-world experience in professional studio environments. Full Sail eventually relocated to Central Florida, planting roots in its current Winter Park location in 1989.
Full Sail has a different approach to education, from accelerated programs to tuition that includes all books and lab fees. Here are just some of the benefits our students enjoy due to our distinctive model.
Although Full Sail does not offer on-campus housing or dorms, our Housing Resources department has established relationships with these apartment communities and can provide you with information about your options.
Full Sail University is excited to announce the reopening of the Library on campus with changes made to benefit students.Located in Building 3, the Library has now doubled in size to provide more spaces to work and socialize. The new circulation/reception desk is larger and a small café area has been added featuring vending machines and seating.
From game studios, to venues, to boardrooms and film sets, our classrooms are designed to look and feel like industry production environments – because they are.This unique approach helps to prepare our students for the entertainment media world they want to join after graduation.
With dozens of different active groups on campus – ranging from Collegiate DECA and Grammy U to the Cosplay Club and the service-oriented Pure Motivation – students at Full Sail University not only have ample opportunity to network with others who share their interests, but also gain valuable insight into the careers they want to pursue. Read on to learn more about a few of the student groups at Full Sail.
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)