Fleming News

Creating artistic digital content: new design program at Haliburton Campus

Haliburton, ON (Nov. 24, 2015) — Expanding on its cluster of design and media programs, the Haliburton School of The Arts will introduce a new Moving Image Design program in September 2016. Located at the Haliburton Campus, this 15-week accelerated certificate program is unique in Ontario. Students learn to design, create and present artistic digital Continue Reading

Rugby gold for Fleming Knights

  Congratulations to the Fleming Knights women’s rugby team who defeated the Humber Hawks to take the OCAA championship. Bronze medalists for the last two years, the Knights have now made Fleming College history as the first Knights women’s rugby team to take the OCAA title. You can read more about their victory in this Continue Reading

Fleming College to sign Indigenous Education Protocol

The College’s Board of Governors and Aboriginal Education Council have endorsed Fleming’s signing of Colleges and Institutes Canada’s Indigenous Education Protocol. Signing this Protocol will be a significant step forward for Fleming and will reaffirm the importance of Indigenous education at the College. Fleming College has a long history of supporting our Aboriginal learners. We Continue Reading

Hands-on learning highlighted at Fleming’s Fall Open House

Fleming College is opening its doors to prospective students at its annual Fall Open House taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21. Deciding on a post-secondary institution to attend and which program to take can be intimidating for prospective students. Events such as Open House allow students to explore Fleming’s Continue Reading

New Graphic Design program launching at Fleming College

Accelerated, two-year program to be offered at the Peterborough campus Peterborough, ON (Nov. 16, 2015) — Fleming College is launching a new Graphic Design – Visual Communication program that will emulate a real-world design studio and provide students with an immersive, hands-on, multi-disciplinary experience. Graphic Design will be hosted in a contemporary space in the Continue Reading

Brian L. Desbiens Community Service Award recipients announced

Fleming College is recognizing two individuals for their outstanding commitment to volunteerism with the Brian L. Desbiens Community Service Awards. Community organizer and volunteer Kathi Curtin-Williams of Peterborough will receive the external award while Linda Humphries, Fleming’s Director of Purchasing, will receive the internal award. The awards will be presented at a recognition lunch on Continue Reading

New annual award launched by NMA and Fleming College

MEDIA RELEASE FROM THE NMA: The Northumberland Manufacturers’ Association (NMA) in partnership with Fleming College launched a new annual award to recognize a deserving Northumberland Manufacturer who has demonstrated a commitment and investment into employee development. The first annual award was presented to Structural Panels Inc. located in Hamilton Township. Structural Panels Inc. was selected Continue Reading

Loggersports Competition at Frost Campus Nov. 7

Fleming College’s Frost Campus will host the 33rd annual Loggersports Competition on Saturday, Nov. 7. Twenty-four teams from eight schools across North America will be competing in 14 events. The competition is free to attend, and events will take place from about 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the campus (behind the main building), 200 Albert Continue Reading

Project Management Institute certification exams

 Fleming College will host a Project Management Institute (PMI) Group Examination at the Sutherland Campus on Monday, Dec. 21 at 9 a.m. Individuals interested in writing the exam must register online with PMI at www.pmi.org by November 16, using the code 0989122115. It is recommended that the online application be reviewed and initiated as soon Continue Reading

Fleming’s Moveable Feast raises funds for students and the community

    On Monday, Oct. 5 the Frost Campus Friends Committee hosted “Fleming’s Moveable Feast,” a 100-mile dining experience. One hundred guests were treated to an array of appetizers, soups and salads. All ingredients were locally sourced with 50% of the ingredients coming from the Sustainable Agriculture program’s on-site gardens. Students were on hand at the Continue Reading