• Walt Disney World (WDW) is in the top three destination spots for families to visit in the United States.
  • With four immersive theme parks, two water parks, and twenty-eight owned and operated hotels on the Orlando property there is so much for everyone.
  • WDW has shopping, dining, and nightlife for all budgets, palates, and interests.
  • WDW offers the chance for individuals, couples, families, and friends to bond, reconnect, be whimsical, and create memories to last a lifetime.
  • Students will find that there is always something to do in Disney World and the Orlando area

Disney College Program

  • The Disney College Program (DCP) is a wonderful opportunity for students in any degree program.
  • The program is a semester-long and may offer internship or experiential credit that may be applied to their academic program (with prior approval).
  • This program introduces students to working for a global corporation and offers opportunities to connect with industry professionals as well as students from all over the USA and from many countries around the world.
  • This opportunity is available to students pursuing almost all majors offered by FSC, including: Biology; Business programs; Criminal Justice; Law Enforcement Technology; Security System; Sport Management; Interactive Design; Visual Communications; Professional Communications; Economics; Science, Technology & Society; and Liberal Arts & Sciences.

Program Requirements

  • GPA Requirement: 2.5 minimum
  • Student must be in good disciplinary standing
  • Program is offered to sophomores, juniors and seniors


Students may earn credits, based on advisement and registration:

  • 3-9 credits for internship
  • 3 credits for seminar course in BUS – taught in Disney World by professionals
    • There are 7 pre-approved business courses available to FSC students
  • Also, a student may choose to register for 3-6 online credits through Farmingdale State College and/or SUNY Online


  • Students have the option of DCP-provided housing in shared apartments in Lake Buena Vista, FL – just across from the Walt Disney World property
  • Students may choose to find their own housing arrangements
  • Disney housing information External link

Important Links

Study Abroad

Laffin Hall, Room 302
Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm


Elizabeth Hamberger
Study Abroad Specialist

Program Dates:

  • Program dates differ per placement

Application Deadline:

  • Spring Application due early October
  • Fall Application due early March