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Disney College Program and Appalachian State Students
The Disney College Program offers options for students and recent graduates to live and learn at Disney World and Disney Land Resorts. You may opt to be a part-time student at Appalachian State by earning academic credit while at Disney. It is also possible to participate in the Disney College Program after graduation. Recent graduates can apply for consideration to the Disney College Program up to one year after they graduate.
Disney College Program seasons of entry-level internships
Spring (spring semester)
Spring Advantage (spring and summer)
Fall (fall semester)
Fall Advantage (fall and summer)
Recruiting and selection take place the semester before departure. Students must complete an on-line application at the link below. Applications go live for the fall and fall advantage programs in early January and mid August for the spring and spring advantage programs.
New college graduates are welcome to participate and need to apply within their first year after graduation.
Appalachian State University Policy
Per Appalachian State University policy, second semester Freshmen and first semester transfer students are not allowed to participate in the Disney College Program. Make plans to apply and participate with Disney later in your course of study.
For general questions about your Disney Internship Application, schedule an appointment in Handshake.
To request an appointment to discuss logistics for earning AppState credit while at Disney, send Les your availability at email@example.com