Monthly Archives: March 2013
So excited to have received my Letter of Acceptance into Full Sail today. I have been working hard on getting all the paper work completed and looking forward to it being finished so I can get started. There is a LOT of paper work that must be filled out online through the Launch Website. I have completed it all, now just waiting on the last 3 items to be approved. Ball is picking up momentum!
Today my mother and I attended the Full Sail Behind the Scenes Tour to do a full tour of the college. This tour was hosted for over 2000 hopeful students. Enrolling in a college without visiting the campus first is kind of like buying a car without taking it for a test drive: it’s not really recommended, especially if considering a program as intensive and one-of-a-kind as the ones offered at Full Sail. Two options are available to explore Full Sail University in-person: the Behind the Scenes Tour and daily tours.
The monthly Behind the Scenes Tour is a three-and-a-half hour comprehensive, degree-specific look into what being a student at Full Sail is like. It starts off with a live production in the school’s HD Studio and Daily Buzz soundstage, followed by a degree-specific tour where students will learn more about the program they’re interested in, visit classrooms, soundstages, and studios, and meet with staff and faculty members. Students and their families will also have the opportunity to speak with representatives from the Admissions, Financial Aid, Housing, and Career Development departments.
Here are a few of the sights we saw.
One day I woke up and turned on my XBOX and went to the YouTube app and clicked on Trending videos and this was the first video I saw.
It was like it spoke directly to me. I had just got out of a relationship and had to move back home. I felt like I was at a crossroads in life. I have my own company selling electronics www.rhinotronics.com but I honestly can not see myself doing that for another 18 years. So after I watched this video I went online and applied for info on www.fullsail.edu and within 3 seconds of hitting the send button after entering in all my info the phone rang… It was them calling me to invite me down to tour the school and to tell me about all they can offer. That started the ball rolling for me to fulfill a dream that I thought had died a long time ago when I graduated from Boca Ciega High School and could not afford to go to college. But it is NEVER too late to chase after your dreams!