Full Sail University is excited to host a number of regional student meet-up events. These exclusive events offer incoming students a chance to meet each other and connect with alumni, educators, and admissions representatives.
Fill out the form below to RSVP for the Full Sail Student Meet-up or call Admissions at 800.226.7625. A Full Sail representative will connect with you to confirm the week prior to the event.
Network with fellow potential Full Sail students and alumni who live in your area. This is the perfect opportunity to build meaningful connections that will continue throughout your education and beyond graduation.
Meet Full Sail alumni and learn about their experiences working in the industry. This informative panel will provide valuable tips on how to make the most of your time at Full Sail.
Career Development Session
Learn more about how Career Development can assist students during their journey at Full Sail and beyond, as well as career modules that help our students build essential skills from day one.
Hear from our esteemed educators and learn about our accelerated programs, project-based learning model, creative community, and unique approach to education.
Admissions Representatives Meetings
Meet admissions representatives to learn how to choose the right program, what campus life is like for students, and what to expect during your first few months at Full Sail.
Financial Aid Session
Meet with members of the Full Sail enrollment team to learn the ins and outs of the financial aid process, gain access to your Student Launch portal, and review your next steps toward enrollment.
- Atlanta, GA — February 8, 2020
- Charlotte, NC — February 15, 2020
- Dallas, TX — February 22, 2020
- Washington DC — March 14, 2020
- Philadelphia, PA — March 21, 2020
- Brooklyn, NY — March 28, 2020
- Jersey City, NJ — March 29, 2020
- Cleveland, OH — April 4, 2020
- Chicago, IL — April 11, 2020
Full Sail’s Hall of Fame ceremony is an annual event where we recognize a select group of graduates who have shown unique focus and dedication to their professional careers, and serve as continuing inspiration to our student body.
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