I'm a working adult who needs to get a degree in a subject I am familiar with so I love the four week classes online. I came from three different schools. Ivy Tech, Herron School of Arts at Indiana University Purdue University, and Unviersity of Phoenix. Most were too large for teachers to notice you (IUPUI), while some were too boring and non-creative in there approach to teaching the classes. Full Sail incorporates Videos, Webinars, iChats, You get an Apple Macbook Pro for classes. Plus the cost was relatively the same as University of Phoenix. The networking here is great and "who you know" is very important in any industry. There is a good reason why we made it to the top 50 in Social Media.
The online enrollment was a hassle. Emails were sent to me telling me I needed something when I didn't need it to enroll. Or it would give me a deadline when there wasn't one due at the time it said. But classes are great and you do have to make time each day and do something so you don't feel rush. But in my case I usually finish everything by wednesday when all assignments are due Saturday or Sunday.
Yes, I love the interactions online. The classes are small. I like that I'm learning from people who have experience in the field I am learning. After I graduate I will continue to get my Master in Internet Marketing.