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Full Sail Announces 30th Anniversary Scholarship Fund & Tuition Savings
The new fund is one of many scholarship opportunities offered to students
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Currently celebrating its 30th year of educating students for successful careers in entertainment media, Full Sail University has announced the new Full Sail 30th Anniversary Scholarship Fund.

The Scholarship Fund provides awards of up to $8,000 to eligible campus degree students who start on July 7, 2009, and who meet specific criteria based on financial need.

The Full Sail 30th Anniversary Scholarship is just one of several scholarship opportunities currently available to prospective students.

Some other scholarships include:
• The Full Sail Merit Scholarship, based on academic performance in your previous schooling
• The Full Sail Star Scholarship, available for students enrolling in Full Sail University’s online degrees (Web Design & Development Bachelor’s Degree ineligible for the Full Sail Star Scholarship)
• The Full Sail Entertainment & Media Industry Scholarship for Women, available to any female Full Sail campus degree applicant 18 years of age or older
• The Full Sail Education Media Scholarship for Teachers, a $12,000 scholarship for eligible K-12 teachers to use toward the online Education Media Design & Technology Master’s Degree

To determine initial eligibility, all applicants must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (www.fafsa.ed.gov) and review their Federal Student Aid Report with a Full Sail Financial Aid Advisor.

In addition, students who enroll and start any of Full Sail’s Campus Programs on July 7 can save up to $3,000 by taking advantage of a program to utilize 2008’s lower tuition costs.

For more details regarding the Full Sail 30th Anniversary Scholarship, to enroll, and for more information, call an Admissions Representative at 800.226.7625. (Note that all scholarships subject to eligibility requirements and funding availability.)

Full Sail Website


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