The Fleming News

Studying sea turtles in Costa Rica

Six Fleming College students have embarked on the trip of a life time, studying and collecting data on sea turtles for two weeks in Costa Rica.

Fleming College’s Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment technology used in Sustainable Archetype home

Lindsay ON – (April 23, 2009) – Hundreds of guests – including representatives from Fleming College – were on-hand yesterday to launch the Sustainable Archetype House at the Toronto Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) Kortrigh

Fleming College selects architect for Kawartha Skilled Trades Institute

Peterborough ON – (April 23, 2009) – Fleming College’s Board of Governors yesterday approved the selection of architectural firm Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners to design the new Kawartha Skilled Trades Institute.The $35 million, 80,000 square-foot facility planned for the Sutherland Campus of Fleming College will create 1,000 new student spaces. The Institute will provide Continue Reading

Fleming College’s Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment technology used in Sustainable Archetype home

Lindsay ON – (April 23, 2009) – Hundreds of guests – including representatives from Fleming College – were on-hand yesterday to launch the Sustainable Archetype House at the Toronto Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) Kortrigh

Haliburton School of The Arts offerings demonstrate environmental consciousness

Haliburton ON – (April 22, 2009) – New courses and workshops at Fleming College’s Haliburton School of The Arts are helping to demonstrate an environmental consciousness rooted in the arts.

Experience the unique tastes of the finest chefs of the Haliburton Highlands

Join the Haliburton Friends Network at The Delta Pinestone Resort on Saturday April 25 at 6 p.m. for the 12th Annual Feast of Foods fundraiser for student bursaries.

New spring start dates added for four Fleming College programs

Fleming College will launch four programs with new spring start dates to accommodate demand for college diploma and certificate programs.