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Registration and Student Information

Registration and Student Information Table of Contents

Registration for Continuing Education

Please note:For most courses, a student must be 19 years of age or have an OSSD. Some courses and certificate programs include additional requirements which are listed in the course or certificate description.

Books and Learning Materials

You may need textbooks or learning materials for your course. Materials required for the first day of class will either be emailed to you or can be found in the course description. For materials visit the online Peterborough Bookstore or Lindsay Bookstore. Shipping is free to Fleming's Sutherland Campus bookstore in Peterborough or Frost Campus bookstore in Lindsay, or home delivery is available for a fee.

Contact the Fleming Bookstore directly at 1-866-353-6464 ext. 1654.

Prior Learning Assessment And Recognition

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is based on the premise that many adults acquire skills and knowledge through work experience; community, home and volunteer activities; training programs; non-college and independent study and travel and leisure activities. The PLAR system evaluates this learning and relates it to formal courses and programs at educational institutions. Using PLAR, adult candidates who can demonstrate or document that they have achieved the learning outcomes of a given course, may be given formal college credit. It may save you time and money to examine whether or not you would qualify for such credit. For further information, contact the Registrar' Office at 705-749-5530.

Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC)

The LINC Program is hosted by Fleming College in Peterborough and Cobourg. We currently offer four levels at our Sutherland Campus in Peterborough, and one multi-level class at our Cobourg Campus.

Classes are offered weekdays throughout the year.

Classes in Peterborough

  • Low Beginner: weekdays 12:15pm - 3:15pm
  • High Beginner: weekdays 12:15pm - 3:15 pm
  • Low Intermediate: weekdays 9:00am - 12:00pm and 12:15pm - 3:15pm
  • High Intermediate: weekdays 9:00am - 12:00pm

Classes in Cobourg

  • Multi-level: weekdays 9:00am - 12:00pm

How to Register

You must be 18 years of age or older and be a Permanent Resident (Landed Immigrant), Convention Refugee, or have Intent-to-Land Status (notification from the government that you have met the eligibility requirements for permanent residence). You must also be able to provide proof of your immigration status.

Call 705 743-0882 to make an appointment with a Settlement Counsellor at the New Canadian Centre. Please bring documentation of your immigration status with you to the appointment. You will then be referred to the Language Assessor for a mandatory, free language assessment at the New Canadians Centre. At the assessment, your current language skills will be evaluated to match you to the appropriate language training options. Listening and Speaking skills are evaluated through a one-on-one interview, while Reading and Writing skills are evaluated by the use of booklets containing authentic, life-applicable tasks. You will then be referred to class or, if the class is full, placed on a waiting list.

Childcare and bus passes

LINC participants may be eligible for assistance with childcare or monthly bus passes while in LINC class.

Home Study

If you are unable to attend daily classes, you can register for LINC Home Study. Home Study is a program for learning English at home with the use of CDs or the Internet.

Have You Moved?

Please make sure to notify the Registrar's Office when you change your mailing address. Returned mail will be retained for two months, after which time the information will be destroyed. There will be a charge for re-issuing documents. Also note that the college cannot be responsible for information lost in the mail.

Course Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refund Policy

You will receive a full refund if the College cancels a course for any reason.

All notifications of withdrawal must be received in writing using the Con Ed Withdrawal Form.

Failure to attend does not constitute a withdrawal.

There is a $25.00 service fee on NSF cheques and on declined credit cards.

Student Portal - Grades, Tax Receipts and Address Verification

You will find important notifications and information by logging into Fleming College's Student Portal.

New User?

To log into the Student Portal:

  1. Go to and click “Get started”
  2. Enter your student number (found on payment receipt or other official Fleming College communication) and your date of birth. For login help contact IT Support at
  3. Once you have logged in, select “My Student Centre” from the left sidebar.From here you can access:
    • Grades
      These will be available approximately four weeks after the course has ended. Please allow for additional time during the December holidays.
    • Tax receipts
    • Mailing Address on record
      You can verify and edit your mailing address on record. Please ensure this information is accurate and up-to-date, as mail from the college will be sent to this address.
    • Unofficial Transcript
      Download a record of all courses taken at Fleming showing course titles, dates and final grades*.
      *An official transcript will be mailed only to students who have completed a program of studies, rather than individual courses, but you can request an official transcript any time by contacting our Records Office.

If you are completing a certificate program, we will mail your final transcript and certificate upon completion.

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