The Benefits of Studying on Campus
Published on Mar 1, 2018 by Shae Ryan
Located just outside of Orlando in the heart of Central Florida, Full Sail University’s campus serves as a hub for industry professionals looking to share their knowledge and experience with students. With special guest lectures, hands-on educational workshops, and exciting live performances, students pursing a degree on Full Sail’s campus have access to a multitude of events.
Campus Life at Full Sail
Here are just a few benefits of pursing a degree on Full Sail’s campus:
Accelerated class schedulesCampus degree programs are offered at a faster pace than traditional schools, allowing students to adapt to the 24/7 nature of their industries. This gives you the ability to learn more in a shorter period of time and start on your professional path earlier.
Hall of Fame, Oscar viewing parties, and more!Full Sail’s Live Venue is host to several events throughout the year, including our annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, GRAMMY and Oscar viewing parties, concerts, and more. Through a partnership, WWE’s NXT is also filmed monthly inside the Live Venue, giving campus students a chance to catch the action firsthand.
Perks of Central Florida lifeThe city of Winter Park offers shopping, dining, and local entertainment all within walking or biking distance of Full Sail’s campus. When students are ready to take a break from classes, they can also enjoy Florida’s renowned theme parks, visit stunning beaches on either coast, or catch an Orlando Magic game at the Amway Center. Central Florida is also home to the UCF Knights football team, as well as the Rollins soccer team, and host several home games only minutes from Full Sail’s campus.
Student OrganizationsFrom eSports leagues to cosplay club, there are a wide range of student organizations on Full Sail’s campus. Student associations are formed and run exclusively by students and cover a wide range of topics. Groups such as the Comic Book Club are formed by staff/faculty with an appointed student leadership team. Leagues are entities formed by staff or students that have a focus on activities that require facilities located off campus, such as the Ultimate Frisbee league.