Fleming News

Fleming College supporting students with Mental Illness Awareness Week

Fleming College is launching a new mental health initiative to raise awareness and support students and employees. Mental Illness Awareness Week will officially kick-off at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 5 in the main foyer of the Sutherland Campus with guest speaker Dave Pogue of Team 55. Fleming College President Tony Tilly will also read Continue Reading

Fleming College announces four new members of its Board of Governors

 Fleming College is pleased to announce four new members have joined its Board of Governors. Paul Downs, Shelley Knott Fife and Katherine MacIver will each serve three years terms as external Governors while Allison Bowes will serve one year as the elected student Governor. Paul Downs along with his brother, John, and their families are Continue Reading

Fleming College students volunteer for United Way Day of Caring

Fleming College students will fan out across Peterborough on Saturday, Oct. 3 to put the ‘Fleming Serves’ philosophy into action, taking part in a United Way organized Day of Caring. Day of Caring is a community-wide United Way event demonstrating the power of volunteering. Volunteers take on light construction, gardening and maintenance tasks while gaining behind-the-scenes Continue Reading

Fleming College and Contact North | Contact Nord partner to establish online learning centre

Fleming College announces new location for Contact North | Contact Nord at the Cobourg Campus   Cobourg, ON (September 24, 2015) – Fleming College is pleased to announce that the Contact North | Contact Nord Northumberland online learning centre is now located at its Cobourg Campus located at 1005 Elgin St. W. The College is Continue Reading

Fleming College approved as Registered Education Provider by Project Management Institute

Fleming College has been approved as a Registered Education Provider (REP) by the world’s largest project management member association, the Project Management Institute (PMI). The designation ensures that Fleming has met PMI’s rigorous quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification, and instructional design. REPs are organizations that have been approved by PMI to help project Continue Reading

Fleming College, Trent University to host Student Welcoming Celebration and Annual TUNA Pow Wow

A special community celebration at Del Crary Park will welcome new post-secondary students to the Mississauga territory. The Welcoming Celebration on Saturday, September 26 will be co-hosted by Fleming Aboriginal Student Services, Trent University’s First Peoples House of Learning, and the Trent University Native Association (TUNA). The event is free and all community members are Continue Reading

Call for nominations: Brian L. Desbiens Community Service Awards

Do you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the community? Fleming College is currently seeking nominations for its award program that recognizes dedicated community service. The Brian L. Desbiens Community Service Awards are given out annually – one to a Fleming College employee (internal) and one to a member of the public Continue Reading

Fleming College graduates nominated for Premier’s Awards

Fleming College is pleased to announce that six alumni are among 116 Ontario college graduates nominated for the 2015 Premier’s Awards for outstanding college graduates, within specialized award categories.   PREMIER’S AWARD—BUSINESS J. Todd Ulrich C.E.T., Business Leadership ’98 KAM Sales Leader – Canada at GE Oil & Gas, Mr. Ulrich led GE Canada’s largest Continue Reading

Fleming Student Administrative Council hosting election event

MEDIA ADVISORY Fleming Student Administrative Council (SAC) will host a federal election event at the Sutherland Campus as part of its 2015-16 Fleming Talks guest speaker series. Fleming SAC has invited three of the federal election candidates (Dave Nickle, NDP; Maryam Monsef, LPC; Michael Skinner, CPC) to participate in the event, which will take place Continue Reading

Take Back the Night: Light Your Way Walk

Fleming College and the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre are encouraging community members to take a stand against sexual violence. The annual Take Back the Night: Light Your Way Walk will take place starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17 in Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg and Haliburton. This free event, hosted by KSAC and Fleming, includes a Continue Reading