The purpose of this study is to analyze what kind of experiences college students with disabilities experience through dating with the opposite sex and what the meaning of that experience is. In order to achieve the purpose of the study, the categories and subcomponents of dating of college students with disabilities were identified using the phenomenological inquiry method proposed by Giorgi (2012). A total of 4 focus group interviews (FGI) were conducted for 2 months from September 2022 to November 2022 with 10 disabled college students who had at least one dating experience. As a result of the analysis, 36 semantic units, 13 subcomponents, and 3 components were derived. The components corresponding to the three categories of dating experience are difficulties experienced during dating, expressions of affection during dating, and changes after dating. First, there are 5 sub-components of difficulty in dating, which are attention from surroundings, parents' worries, psychological anxiety due to disability, complaints of one's own physical discomfort, and difficulty in choosing a place and activity restrictions due to lack of convenience facilities. Second, there were two sub-components of expression of affection during dating, passive expression of affection and change in perception after attempting sexual intercourse. Third, there are 6 subcomponents of change after dating college students with disabilities, which were revealed as self-identity formation, self-development, psychological stability, acceptance of disability, promotion of interpersonal relationships, and various emotional experiences. The results of this study, which in-depth analyzed through qualitative research on the meaning and value of dating experiences of college students with disabilities, are meaningful in expanding theoretical and practical discussions on dating college students with disabilities. It is thought that it will be used as a useful material for the development of programs for dating of the opposite sex in the field or for couple counseling.