The Board of Governors invites you to virtually attend Fleming Collegeâ€™s 54th Convocation Ceremony.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 - you did it! We look forward to celebrating with you at Fleming Collegeâ€™s virtual Convocation on Thursday, November 19, 2020. Gather your family and friends - virtually of course - and watch this exciting event together to celebrate your achievements. The ceremonies will continue to be available on this website if you are not able to watch at launch time.
Fleming College celebrates your achievements in an unprecedented year. Fleming certainly did not expect your last few months to end like this. Never has a graduating class been called to step into the future with more purpose and hope. Please save the date and time for your Schoolâ€™s upcoming ceremony.
Thursday, November 19, 2020
|Watch the ceremony|
Your Fleming College Convocation packages were sent out at the beginning of November, if you submitted the mailing address confirmation form. If you have not received your diploma package please do the following:
- Check that your current mailing address on â€śmyCampusâ€ť is correct and complete.
- If your information is incorrect (or incomplete), please update the information.
- Send an email to email@example.com to let the College know that you have updated your address
- Please put the word Convocation and your last name and student ID into the subject line
While the circumstances of your graduation may not be ideal, weâ€™re so excited about all of you, and we hope to â€śseeâ€ť you there, All the best,
Registrar, Fleming College
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Celebrate your achievement of graduating from Fleming College with social media graphics, #FlemingGrad Facebook profile frame, Zoom backgrounds, and a printable window sign and pennant.
DOWNLOADS FOR GRADUATES & FAMILY
Convocation Zoom Backgrounds
Declaration that Acknowledges the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Student Services at Fleming College is pleased to once again offer graduating students an opportunity to sign a declaration that acknowledges the rights of Indigenous peoples.
The declaration states, â€śBy signing, I am making a declaration to move forward in my professional and personal life as a person who acknowledges the rights of Indigenous peoples and will advocate for further respect towards First Nation, MĂ©tis and Inuit peoples within the territory that I choose to call home.â€ť
In the past students who signed the declaration during convocation ceremonies were given a medicine wheel pin to wear on their gowns. The first year offered, graduating students at Sutherland and Frost campuses were given this opportunity, and nearly 900 students signed the declaration between the two campuses.
This year due to COVID-19 physical distancing restrictions, we are offering graduating students from Sutherland, Frost, Haliburton and Cobourg campuses an opportunity to virtually sign the declaration here. #FlemingGrad
For more information about Indigenous Student Services at Fleming College, please visit https://flemingcollege.ca/student-experience/indigenous-student-services.
Fleming College respectfully acknowledges that we are situated on Michi Saagiig lands and the traditional territory covered by the Williams Treaties. G'chi Miigwech to the Michi Saagiig peoples for allowing us to continue our work in your territory.