Disney Housing Information
When a participant accepts his/her invitation to participate in the program, a fee (indicated below) will be required. Please note that this fee must be paid by credit card/debit card as a single payment. Once the payment is received and the online acceptance process is completed, Disney will officially reserve the participants’ place on the program.
Academic Exchange Program (AEP) fee: $390 (includes the Program Fee and Housing Fee).
Program Fee ($240): The one-time non-refundable fee helps support the administration, events, and activities scheduled in the housing complexes throughout the program.
Housing Fee ($150): This required non-refundable fee will be applied to the participant’s housing costs during the first week of the program.
In assigning apartments and roommates, all accommodations will be assigned by gender and whether participants are over or under the age of 21. There is no co-ed housing. Apartments may include up to 8 participants per apartment.
Company-sponsored housing is for exclusive use of Disney Internships & Programs participants .Guests are welcome to visit a participant’s apartment complex, however, overnight guests are prohibited.
Transportation service is available to cast members who live at one of Disney’s apartment complexes only. The primary purpose of the transportation system is to provide cast members with a shuttle to their work location on a scheduled route. Shuttles to local merchants for groceries and sundries also are provided.
*All bedrooms are shared by two- three people. Living areas and kitchens are shared between everyone in the apartment. All apartments are non-smoking.
**Paid by credit card at the time a student accepts their invitation to participate in the Academic Exchange Experience program.
All apartments are furnished. The four available apartment complexes to reside in are The Commons, Chatham Square, Patterson Court, and Vista Way. Amenities included in the housing costs are as follows:
Dresser with mirror
Two twin beds or one twin bed + twin bunk bed
Students must provide their own linens (sheets, pillows, towels, etc.)
Table with four chairs
Two end tables
Computer desk and chair
Additional items provided
Vanity wastebaskets, kitchen wastebaskets and recycling bin
Kitchen appliances, utensils, and dishes
Local phone service and one central phone
Maintenance of the apartments, including pest control
All utilities, including water, electricity and waste disposal
High-speed Internet access
Computer labs in clubhouses
Centrally-located laundry facilities
Cable television hook-ups
Weight rooms/fitness centers, basketball and volleyball courts, pool and Ping-Pong tables*
For more information, visit the Disney International Programs Website.