This Is Auburn Office of International Programs Service to the World
With the Office of International Programs
Walt Disney World ~ Orlando, Florida

The Most Magical Place on Earth

Fall Break: October 11-15, 2017

$675 per person

Want to explore one of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. while also building valuable skills for your resume? Join the Office of International Programs for a fun-filled fall break trip to Walt Disney World! You’ll explore all the resort has to offer with Park Hopper tickets that allow you to visit the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom at your own pace on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Then on Sunday morning, you’ll participate in Disney’s Leadership Strategies, an exciting, hands-on activity inside one of the parks that helps students develop specific leadership skills valued by employers. You’ll even have the unique opportunity to go backstage and experience parts of Walt Disney World the average tourist never sees!

Package Includes:

  • Bus transportation to, from and in Orlando
  • Hotel accommodation (double occupancy) at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel
  • Four-day Park Hopper pass to the Walt Disney World theme parks
  • Disney’s Leadership Strategies course

Not Included:

  • Meals and snacks
  • Souvenirs

Questions? Please contact Jenn Mason at jlm0061@auburn.edu


Thanks to Auburn Global for their help in subsidizing this program!

About Study America

The Study America program helps international students explore the U.S. beyond Auburn’s city limits for a real-life learning experience unlike any other with annual trips. Drawing on decades of experience in study abroad programming, the Office of International Programs is pleased to offer a U.S.-based program tailored to the needs and interests of international students.

For more information e-mail Jenn Mason at jlm0061@auburn.edu.

Registration Now Closed

If you registered for Study America please contact Angela Evans at are0006@auburn.edu to make arrangements.

Last Updated: September 20, 2017