1) At Full Sail you get your degree very quickly. Instead of spending 4 years to get my bachelors I am spending 2 and a half. This is great because the industries that Full Sail focuses on are rapidly growing and changing. After 4 years what you learned in college is no longer relevant.
2) Up to date technology and teaching. Full Sail courses are always up to date. Full Sail provides and teaches you the latest in whatever industry you are going in. An example is that I'm going BS in Computer Animation. In my 3D classes we are provided with the most recent version on Maya (2015). Many other Schools I looked at were still using software from 2013.
3) The ability to retake classes. This is what sold me on Full Sail personally. Through Full Sail you can retake any class that you have already passed, even if you are already graduated and in the industry, for free. If new technology comes out and you need to learn how to use the latest Maya you retake a number of 3D classes that Full Sail offers that cover the new software without costing you or your employer anything.
I know it says three but I'm gonna throw a forth in here.
4) Instructors with real industry experience. The saying goes, "those who can't do, teach." That doesn't apply here at Full Sail. Every instructor I have had the pleasure of meeting has had a ton of industry experience, some in the past and most current. My 3D foundations instructor actually was telling us about the game he was currently working on after a lecture one evening. His deadline just happened to be on the same day as the deadline for our class finals.