Student Life at Fleming College

Student Life is committed to welcoming and supporting students. Through our programs and services, students will have a successful transition to college and access to opportunities throughout their time at Fleming, to Get Involved and Stay Connected!

Co-Curricular Record (CCR)

Create your own record of approved out of classroom experiences at Fleming to track your leadership development, volunteer work and in some instances even your on campus paid jobs. This record will be validated by Fleming staff and you can use it to reflect on and clearly illustrate your experiences at Fleming College. You can print and use the record to complement your resume, assist you in professional language and contribute ideas to help you promote yourself during interviews. Employers can also verify your record using a unique authenticity code located on your printed record.

The CCR has integrated with the Career Services portal to give you a one-stop shop for job opportunities and tracking of your CCR. If you have a current login that you use for the Career Services portal, you should use it to login to the site. If you have never been on the Career Services portal before, you will need to create an account before you get started at

If you have questions about the CCR you can email:

Welcome Days

Each summer, Fleming College welcomes new students to the Sutherland and Frost Campuses to help them "Get a Jump on September" before classes begin.

Students will have the opportunity to make arrangements for financial aid, parking, meal plans, lockers, student identification and more. The college will offer student and parent sessions designed to support the transition to college and we offer guided tours of the campus, residences and the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre.

Students and their families can even experience what it's like to stay in residence with accommodation available for one night before or after their visit to the college.


Get to know your Fleming Campus before classes begin! Orientation is your introduction to the academic year. It will include the following:

  • Social programming - connect with new students and student leaders
  • "Academic Orientation Day" - introducing you to your program, faculty, fellow classmates and support services
  • Learn about key services and resources to be utilized during your time at Fleming College

Student Health 101

Student Health 101 is an interactive online student magazine with important topics specific to students. There will be different topics monthly and videos to accompany them, sometimes featuring Fleming College students and staff.

Emerging Student Leaders Series

This series of workshops include three, 3 hour weekly sessions for students who wish to develop team and leadership skills with an interest in student leadership positions at Fleming College. This is also a terrific opportunity to enhance your portfolio. Students will receive leadership certificates upon completion of this series, as well as hot meals each week they attend.

Student participation in this event is eligible for inclusion on the CCR.

Fleming Serves/United Way Day of Caring

In partnership with United Way Peterborough and District, this annual volunteer event provides students with an opportunity to be connected with community organizations to provide a day of service for students. This event is a part of new student orientation programming and is open to all students and staff at the college.

The ‘Fleming Serves’ philosophy is part of the college’s strategic plan to build community success.

Student participation in this event is eligible for inclusion on the CCR.

First Generation E-Mentoring Program

This program focuses on providing transitional support throughout the year to First Generation students through First Generation mentors who are students, staff and alumni. Our E-Mentoring program provides awareness, access, and follow up to peer connections utilizing relevant technology including a monthly e-newsletter, e-mail, blogs, and identified social media outlets.


A. First Generation: a student whose parent(s)/guardian(s) has/have not attended a post-secondary institution. If a sibling of the student has attended a post-secondary institution but the parent(s)/guardian(s) have not, the student is still considered a First Generation Student.

Fleming’s programming and services for First Generation students are supported by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) in support of First Generation initiatives.

Other Student Life Initiatives:

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Comes to Fleming
  • Fleming Night at the Pete’s
  • On Campus job and volunteer opportunities throughout the year for current students to support the successful transition of students to campus life

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(705) 749-5530