Full Sail University 2011 School/College of the Year by FAPSC.

Full Sail University has been named the 2011 School/College of the Year by FAPSC.

During an annual conference by the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools & Colleges (FAPSC) on August 12th Full Sail University was awarded “2011 School/College of the Year” for a second time since 2008.

The FAPSC, founded in 1956, works on behalf of 900 licensed private career schools and colleges in Florida.

Full Sail University is a trade school based in Winter Park, Florida. The university has programs in Entertainment Business, Music Production, Film, Creative Writing and a host of other accredited bachelors, associates and masters degrees.

Full Sail has over 12,000 enrolled students and graduates continue to be successful in the world of entertainment. California Music Industry Summit Founder and Executive Producer Tracy L. Reed is a Full Sail Alumni.  CMIS 2011 speaker and  (three-time Grammy Award winner), Phil Tan was inducted into the Full Sail University Hall of Fame in 2011 for his contribution to mix engineering.

Full Sail University’s President, Garry Jones, had this to say, ““By providing a unique and innovative curriculum focused on merging creativity and technology, we prepare our students for future careers in the entertainment and media industry,”

Full Sail also received another accolade when their Chief Information Officer and Executive Director of Education, Isis Jones, was awarded the “2011 Administrator of the Year.”

Congrats Full Sail University from California Music Industry Summit!


Jerrica Lewis is a Staff Writer for CMIS.

About California Music Industry Summit

The California Music Industry Summit (CMIS) is TraMaí Entertainment, Inc. newest entity that is inclusive of all music genre's.
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