Named for famous Canadian inventor and engineer Sir Sandford Fleming, Fleming College is located in the heart of Central Ontario, with campus locations in Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg and Haliburton.
Fleming features more than 115 full-time programs in Arts, Heritage and Design; Business; Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences; General Arts and Sciences; Health and Wellness; Justice and Community Development; Skilled Trades and Technology; and Continuing Education. With 6,000 full-time and 10,000 part-time students, and 74,000 alumni, Fleming College is an important post-secondary hub within the region.
Each of Fleming’s campuses represent distinct communities. The Sutherland Campus in Peterborough is its largest and offers the widest breadth in programming, ranging from Business to Health and Wellness to Justice and Community Development programs. The campus also hosts the 87,000-squarefoot, state-of-the-art Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre, which provides a modern, integrated trades and technology education to hundreds of students each year.
The Frost Campus, located in Lindsay, is home to the renowned School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences. More than 30 programs at this School offer active, outdoor, hands-on learning via field trips, field schools, and co-op education. The School has a strong reputation in the environmental and natural resource sciences sector – with more graduates working in these fields than any other college in Canada.
The Haliburton School of Art + Design, primarily located at the Haliburton Campus, is a leader in providing unique and flexible art and design education through its diploma, certificate and graduate certificate programs. The School encompasses 18 arts, design, and heritage programs. Students create their art in spectacular natural environments, supported by dedicated faculty and welcoming communities. Graduates also have the opportunity to take advantage of pathways to a degree at Canada’s top art institutions.
Fleming’s Cobourg Campus is a community centre for continuing education and academic upgrading. Individuals wishing to pursue professional development or leisure learning can find courses and programs to suit their needs. Further to this, a full-time Personal Support Worker program was recently launched at the campus.
Fleming College places a significant emphasis on the ‘community’ aspect of post-secondary education. With its core promise of Learn, Belong, Become, Fleming strives to ensure that its students engage in hands-on learning at the same time as expanding their thinking. Working closely with faculty and staff, students gain career and life skills and opportunities to apply new abilities in real-world settings. Inspiration, support and encouragement are all foundations of an education at Fleming.
Students become part of a close-knit community and make life-long friendships and connections. All students – no matter their background, experience or age – are welcomed. Graduates leave Fleming with the knowledge, skills and values for career and personal success.
For more information on any of Fleming’s programs or services, visit flemingcollege.ca.