I would google the hell out of it and see who's got it on thier resume. The only other option would be to talk to some of the current students and see what they think. Personally I have found most schools suck and out for money.
well then there's your answer. I do have an off topic question. since you are either in Orlando or near it, what did they do with the naval base when they closed it. It would be right down colonial drive. Last I heard they hadn't done anything with it so it was just sitting there.
From what I've heard - still nothing. (re naval base) Typical eh? Like all the closed bases along the gulf coast, they have thousands of displaced hurricane victims and thousands of trailers & no place to put them.. DUH! Those bases are like small cities but I guess they'ld rather have them abandoned vs occupied by folks who need them. Ah yes, stupidity at it's finest... Oh well back on topic - Full Sail Rocks... check out their phone # 1-800-CAN-ROCK
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The founder Jon Phelps named it that because he felt it was an organized schooling for the recording & audio industry. The schools' emblem is an "old school airliner" and his theory was the school was a great launching point for careers in an industry that really didn't have a place for training. Most audio jobs were learned "hands on". THe schools' actual name is Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts