The Career Development department assists students and graduates in their post-graduation job search process through a multi-pronged approach, which includes:
Our Career Development Department can be a strong support system as you work on pursuing your career goals, as they remain connected to the industry via graduates and many employers across multiple industries. Graduates can connect with Career Development, search and apply for jobs, and receive assistance throughout their job search by using CareerSync, a private portal available for our graduates.
CareerSync is an online portal that connects you to jobs, resumes, and Full Sail's Career Development department, located at careersync.fullsail.edu. All students receive an invite to join CareerSync 3 months before they graduate.
If you did not receive an email or are having issues logging in, please contact Technical Support for assistance.
If you do not have a current CareerSync account, please contact Full Sail Technical Support.
Once a student graduates, their Adobe CC subscription through Full Sail is deactivated. At that point, alumni need to sign up on their own through Adobe to continue their subscription. All of their files and settings are saved in the Adobe Cloud.
Graduates who have successfully completed any of Full Sail's degree programs can audit any current class in that degree program. Auditing is allowed on an available-seating basis.
As a Full Sail graduate you are eligible to audit courses from the degree program you have successfully completed. Consult a current Full Sail Catalog for course listings.
For more details about auditing courses, please fill out the Full Sail Audit Request Form or contact the Education department at 800.221.2747 or 407.551.2024, and they will forward your request to the appropriate Program Academic Coordinator.
Our Industry Outreach team can assist you in establishing a relationship between your company and Full Sail's Career Development Department. You can email an Industry Outreach Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 866.807.3140, or visit our Hire Our Grads page.
For information regarding our current graduate employment rates, please visit Consumer Disclosures section on fullsail.edu.
Specific salaries vary widely and depend upon a combination of factors including the graduate and his or her specific skills, location, field, company, and job. You can research salary information reported by the U.S. Department of Labor on www.bls.gov, located in the Occupational Employment & Wages section or the Consumer Disclosures section on fullsail.edu.
An internship should be an extension of your education that provides an opportunity to gain practical work experience and exposure in actual career fields. Interns typically work with designated managers and are provided with feedback regarding their work performance.
A typical internship is around 240 hours (12 weeks/20 hrs. per week). Upon successful completion of this internship, 3 credit hours will be awarded and a Certificate of Completion will be forwarded to you post graduation, once you meet all other degree program requirements as stated in the Full Sail University Enrollment agreement.
Yes, in-school students can apply for internships, however they must:
Once the above requirements have been met, and when you have been accepted for an internship opportunity, please notify the Career Development Department with the company, supervisor’s name, address and contact information.
A letter of confirmation, along with a commencement form and completion form will be sent to your internship supervisor.
Graduates can enroll into the Extended Studies Program (internship). This program allows you to accept an internship post-graduation and receive credit (enrollment is free).
Please contact your assigned advisor in Career Development upon accepting an internship.
Requests for a copy of your Diploma or Certificate can be made easily by visiting:
Request by Email:
Request by Mail:
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Requests for Name Changes must be made in writing and the graduates’ signature is required.
Requests should include your name as a student (i.e. maiden name if married since graduation), a copy of a legal document (Marriage License, Drivers License, Legal Decree) with your new name, phone number, last 4 digits of your social security number, and program of study.
These requests can be mailed to Full Sail, Attn: Registrar, 3300 University Blvd., Winter Park, FL 32792 or faxed to 407.551.2045.
To order a transcript, please visit parchment.com and create an account.
You can login to your fullsail.edu email account by visiting http://mail.fullsail.edu
If you are a graduate and would like to set up a fullsail.edu email address, please contact Full Sail Support.
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The criteria for each Hall of Fame nominee includes:
Six new graduates are chosen for the Hall of Fame each year. This honor serves as a tribute to the creative inspiration, technical brilliance, and determination of each inductee, their unyielding dedication to more than a decade of excellence in their professional career, and their heartfelt commitment to the students, faculty, staff, and graduates of Full Sail University. Hundreds of candidates are considered for selection, and the individuals chosen for a given year’s class are confirmed by a Full Sail committee of faculty, administrators, and past Hall of Fame inductees.
Visit https://www.fullsail.edu/hall-of-fame to learn more
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