Very good article.

by Christian Ward
(Hartsville, SC, US)

I was going... well, literally a month away from starting at LAFS and this stopped me. I had a feeling that they were/are a huge scam considering my tuition will be over 50k with no promise of financial aid as of right now. Also, about their whole “promise of a job” thing. They do promise this which is why it’s such a huge deal to lots of people, including me. They say at the end of your run, they’ll be able to help with finding jobs placements and schedule internships for us. Thank you for writing this article, it really helped me a lot.

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Jun 25, 2019
Maybe misleading, but not a scam. NEW
by: Anonymous

Full Sail Univ is a real place where you learn on real gear with real teachers. It's not a scam. I do believe many of the reps for the school mislead people in believing some unconventional ideas. Not school in the world can guarantee you a job/career. They provide the education and your talent, skill, intelligence and motivation will determine what happens when you graduate from any school. I still so surprised that people are still falling for this old marketing approach. Nothing is guaranteed.

The 2 things I will say is that Full Sail Reps take advantage of peoples passions and there tuition is just unfairly high.

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