Becoming a college student can seem to be a confusing process. There's information you receive from the college or from ontariocolleges.ca, deadlines to note, and arrangements to make. After you have received an offer of admission, use this checklist to guide you through the process of becoming a full-time Fleming College student:
- May 1st
Confirmation deadline. Most applicants confirm their offer of admission on the ontariocolleges.ca website by this date.
- Early May
Assess for Success Notification. If your program requires you to take mandatory Assessment testing in Communications, Math or Computer Applications, you should have received a letter advising you about which tests you need to take and how to arrange for your testing date. If you are not sure if testing is required, or you want to arrange your testing now, go to Assess for Success
The Registrar's Office sends Fee Letters indicating the deadline for fee payment and fee payment options.
- Early June
Watch for your postcard invitation to Welcome Days events at Sutherland Campus (Peterborough) or Frost Campus (Lindsay) in the mail. Welcome Days are hosted in July, offering a chance to prepare for the start of college in September.
- June 27th, 2014
Fees are due. Make sure to pay your fees or arrange for a fee deferral by this date unless your fee letter indicates a later payment deadline. Paying your fees ensures your space in the program.
- Early July
Registration Package. This package will contain further information about program and course registration, choosing electives, and how to access your myCampus (student portal) account.
Access to your myCampus account will be granted. Set up and log in to your account.
- Early August
Timetables will be accessible in your myCampus account.
You will have access to make any necessary changes to your timetable within your myCampus account.
- Early-Mid August
Watch for your Orientation package with a schedule of events and activities. Academic Orientation is the first day of classes and includes opportunities to meet with your program faculty. You can also participate in entertainment and social activities scheduled for your first day and throughout the week.
if you are applying as an international student see information at how to apply
If you are applying through Second Career, follow this link: Second Career Training
Revised: May 26, 2014