COVID-19: Student Information
- COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
- Canada Emergency Response Benefit
- Support For Students And Recent Graduates
- Student Help Line
- COVID-19 Reporting
- Access to computers
- Career Services
- Academic Skills and Study Skills and Learning Strategies
- Accessible Education Services (AES) - Accommodations
- Accessible Education Services (AES) - Assistive Technology
- Testing Centre
- Health Services
- Student Experience and Peer Mentors
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Indigenous Student Services
- Athletics and Recreation
- Residence enquiries:
- Off-Campus Housing enquiries:
- Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (Student Conduct) enquires:
Last Updated: May 1, 2021
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A COVID-19 Support Line has been set up for Fleming students from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for any COVID-related inquiries: 1-866-341-3485
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
Classes, exams and placements
- What about placements?
Student placements are suspended for the remainder of the semester. Students should contact their faculty if they have any questions. There may be exceptions for co-op placements where the workplace is still operating; students will hear from their faculty or program coordinator regarding these.
- What about health plans?
Health plans are still active. Students may contact the Frost Student Association or the Student Administrative Council if they have questions regarding health plans.
- What about the Emergency Food Bank (Peterborough)?
Fleming Student Administrative Council at Sutherland Campus continues to operate the Emergency Student Food Bank and are distributing food bags by porch delivery. Fill out an application here to get food delivered or email email@example.com for help and instructions.
- How do I order course materials and supplies?
To order your course materials and supplies online, please follow these steps:
- Sign into myCampus
- Go to "My Campus Centre"
- Go to "My Student Centre"
- Click on the link called "Textbook List" (look for small print) located on the left
- Once you have selected this link, your booklist will appear on the screen
- Complete your selection and proceed to shopping cart. New, Used, Rental or Digital
- Complete your order
- What about September intake?
Fleming College will begin the Fall semester using online and alternative delivery on Sept. 8, 2020. The Fleming Safe plan will ensure that students can complete the learning outcomes required in their programs while maintaining the highest possible safety standards in compliance with all government and public health directives. The plan allows flexibility to react to the loosening of health and safety restrictions by being ready to begin face-to-face, applied learning responsibly and appropriately. Fleming will work with community partners to re-establish field placements, field trips, clinical placements and other applied learning opportunities aligned with health and safety directives.
Alongside planning for the return to class and access to campus facilities this fall, the college is also assessing how students will safely access residence, food services and athletics. Decisions addressing these broader college services and programs will be shared in the near future.
- What about convocation?
Fleming College hosted its 53rd Convocation Ceremony virtually on Thursday, June 25 and Friday, June 26, 2020. The ceremonies are available on this website if you were not able to watch at launch time. Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Admissions and Records
- How do I apply to Fleming College?
Domestic and International students/applicants should visit the How to apply page.
- How do I provide a transcript to Fleming College in support of an application?
Domestic students/applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- How do I request a Fleming College transcript?
Send an email to email@example.com including the reason for the transcript request.
- How do I request a confirmation of enrolment or transfer credit request?
- How do I request an unofficial transcript?
- What are the upcoming tuition payments and due dates?
The Fall term final payment due date for all domestic students is August 7, 2020. The Fall term due date for all returning international students is August 21, 2020.
For questions, please contact:
- How do I make a payment?
Please visit the How to Pay Your Fees page.
- How do I get my tax forms?
- How do I withdraw?
It is recommended that students see their Program Coordinator or a Counsellor before withdrawing from the College. This form is to be submitted to the Registrar’s Office along with the student’s Clinical ID card (if applicable).
- How do I access forms that I need to complete or extend my OSAP?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- I have not received my Bursary for the Spring term yet. How do I find out if I am receiving one?
Send an email to email@example.com with your name, student number and question. A Financial Aid Officer will respond to your question.
- How do I repay my OSAP?
Please watch the NSLSC webinar for information on loan repayment.
- The college is closed, can I still get help with OSAP questions?
Yes! Our Financial Aid staff are working remotely but available to answer your questions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or your Financial Aid Advisor as listed on the Fleming Financial Aid website.
- What is OSAP doing to help students during this pandemic?
As part of the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario is helping OSAP borrowers by temporarily suspending student loan payments and initiating a six-month interest-free moratorium on OSAP loans. From March 30, 2020 to September 30, 2020, borrowers whose loans are in good standing will not be required to make any loan payments and interest that accrues on all student loans provided by OSAP will not be payable.
Borrowers can still make one-time payments via their online account or online banking if they want to repay their loan faster. Payments during this period will go entirely towards their loan principal.
This initiative was first announced in the Ontario’s Action Plan: Responding to COVID‑19, March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Update on March 25, 2020 and a news release was also published.
Questions about OSAP that Financial Aid can’t answer?
Please note that as additional information becomes available, we will provide updates provided by OSAP and NSLSC.
- I still have documentation to submit for OSAP this semester. Is it too late?
The ministry is extending the 2019-20 OSAP supporting documentation and review deadlines by an additional 20 days. This extension applies to both full-time and part-time OSAP students, who have a study period end date on or after April 15, 2020.
- Will there be any relief for borrowers with defaulted student loans (i.e. loans are not in good standing)?
Borrowers whose loans are in default are also eligible for the six-month interest free moratorium. In addition, the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services are working together to suspend collection activities on defaulted loans. These changes are intended to align with our federal partners.
This would mean that for six months, starting on March 30, 2020, interest accrual would be suspended for student loans in collections, and collection activities on these loans would also be suspended.
The government asks for borrowers’ patience while these supports are implemented.
Canada Emergency Response Benefit
Accessing CERB may be possible if you have stopped working because of COVID-19. More information on this program is available here.
Support For Students And Recent Graduates
On April 22, the Canadian government announced support of nearly $9 billion to help post-secondary students and recent graduates. This includes financial support from May to August 2020, helping students gain valuable work experience while helping their communities, supporting students with continuing their studies in the fall, and helping them earn the experience they need to start their careers. Read the full announcement here: Support for students and new grads affected by COVID-19.
Student Help Line
We are here to help!
The student help line is available to help answer your questions and direct you to the right supports and services at the College.
If you would like to speak to a Fleming College employee, please call 1-866-341-3485.
The student help line is available Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. We are also available by email: email@example.com.
- Who should complete the COVID-19 Reporting form?
We request that any student or employee that has reason to attend campus or is participating in other face-to-face activities, including clinical or placement work, complete the COVID 19 reporting form when a COVID-related incident occurs. A COVID-related incident includes symptoms, illness, close contact, and isolation requirements. Once the form is submitted, a member from the Health and Safety Department will follow up with guidance and work with local health units, as needed, to ensure a safe return to campus or other activities. In the case of a student, the Chair will be notified of a required absence, so academic support can be made available as needed.
Access to computers
Due to government-imposed changes, the LRC is no longer available to the Fleming College community. Students without computer access may complete the Request Assistance Form and IT Services will assist with possible options.
- What are best practices when working remotely?
- Check your background:
When home, sharing your personal setting is a great way to build relationships, but double-check for personal items you didn’t intend to share in your background.
- Camera position:
Think about where your webcam is positioned and keep it at eye height for the most natural look. And consider your lighting—bright windows can make it hard for your team to clearly see you so try to use natural light or keep a lamp nearby.
- Mute Yourself:
Muting yourself when not speaking prevents background noise around you from distracting others in the meeting. Keyboard strokes, breathing, and background chat might be more audible to other participants than you realize.
- Share content before a call:
Sending files before a meeting or sharing a link to the file rather than sharing your screen saves valuable bandwidth, so you can save your connection for a great audio and video experience.
- Shift your schedule:
Most people join their meetings on the hour or 30-minute increments. You can get a faster join experience by joining five minutes early or, even better yet, schedule meetings on the 15th or 45th minute of the hour.
- Check your background:
- How do I troubleshoot poor performance in Webex?
- Disconnect from your VPN/VDI:
You may have been provided with a VPN (virtual private network) service that allows you to use the Fleming network while working remotely. You can use Webex meetings outside of the VPN for the best experience.
- Choose audio over video:
Webex will suggest or automatically lower your resolution and may eventually turn off your video to adapt to your network quality. You can also do this at any time.
- Build in breaks:
You can get a faster join experience by joining five minutes early or, even better yet, schedule meetings on the 10th, 20th or 40th minute of the hour.
- Switch to call-in audio:
If your internet audio and video experience or call me/call back does not work, you can keep collaborating. Call in using the dial-in numbers in your meeting invitation to join via your cell phone or landline. If the primary phone number that is provided is temporarily unavailable, the invite includes a long list of other global call-in numbers you can try. More information is available at the Webex Help Center.
- Disconnect from your VPN/VDI:
Current job postings for students and graduates, along with other career resources, are available online through the myCampus Career portal.
Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For assistance or general questions
- To book a virtual appointment
- To submit a resume and/or cover letter for feedback and advice
Live online support is available through the AskON chat help service.
- Monday to Friday: 6am to 12pm
- Saturday to Sunday: 11am to 5pm
- Guaranteed Fleming Library staff: Monday to Friday 10am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm
To ask a library question or book a virtual appointment, email@example.com.
Resources, help and information available on the Library website.
- Curbside Pick-up for Library books is suspended until at least January 25. Curbside pickup does not include Reserves and the Library does not carry textbooks. (** service is currently suspended until at least March 16th)
- Access to millions of published articles from journals, magazines and newspapers through Discovery Search or by exploring individual databases
- Help accessing databases from off-campus
- Help finding articles in the databases
- APA citation help
- Access to our educational streaming video platforms
- Access to over 200,000 eBooks on any device or platform
- Program-specific subject guides
- Resources for Academic Integrity, Avoiding Plagiarism and TurnItIn.
- Appointments for Academic Integrity sanctions can be arranged by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
- Help with research skills and using Library tools:
Academic Skills and Study Skills and Learning Strategies
Book Appointments with Learning Strategy Advisors
- Students will continue to book appointments using WC Online
- Appointments will take place via telephone or Webex
- Students can attend using Webex at the scheduled times
- Links to the sessions will be provided
- Students can pop in/out as needed
Contact Learning and Study Skills directly by email email@example.com
Updates and Helpful Resources available on these webpages:
- Tutoring and Academic Skills Centre
- Study Skills and Learning Strategies
- The Learning Portal Study Skills Hub
Booked Appointments with a Tutor
- Booked appointments are scheduled using WC Online:
- Tutoring will take place over WebEx
Drop-in Sessions and Tutorials
- The drop-in session and tutorial schedules are posted on the Tutoring & Academic Skills website
- Students can join a session by clicking on the WebEx link at the scheduled time
- Faculty, staff and students can contact Tutoring Coordinators directly by email, or by visiting through WebEx during scheduled office hours
- Links to WC Online, drop-in sessions, tutorials, and Coordinators, along with other helpful information can be found at the Tutoring & Academic Skills website
Do you need someone to talk to? Fleming Counselling Services is here for you. Call (705) 749-5530 ext. 1440, Monday (1 - 4 p.m.), Wednesday (10 a.m. - 1 p.m.) and Friday (1 - 4 p.m.), to speak with a Fleming Personal Wellness Counsellor.
For Fleming College students who meet the eligibility criteria for our services, Counselling is offering services via telephone or Webex. This service is available to students assessed as being appropriate for this form of appointment. Students can schedule appointments or connect with questions by contacting Jennifer Beauchamp.
Accessible Education Services (AES) - Accommodations
AES Counsellors are available to provide telephone and online support to students. Please note student accommodations will remain in place. We recognize accommodation needs may be different for alternative educational delivery models. Students with questions or concerns about accommodations for their courses should reach out directly as we want to ensure you feel supported. The Counselling and Accessible Education Services office on campus is closed, but Counsellors remain available by phone and WebEx and emails are being monitored and will be responded to. For general questions regarding AES, please email Jennifer Beauchamp.
Accessible Education Services (AES) - Assistive Technology
Assistive Technology appointments are available for students via telephone or Webex to support with technology options available. To schedule an appointment, students can contact Kim Gunn, Assistive Technologist.
Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to reach out to Jennifer Beauchamp for general Counselling and AES questions.
For issues related to the Testing Centre, please contact :
For questions and information related to Fleming’s accessibility initiatives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Services is currently staffed and nurses are available at the Sutherland and Frost campuses for student consultations. Students are advised to telephone their questions to staff and, where appropriate, nurses may be able to connect students to one of our college physicians via telephone. Students may leave a message and staff will return their call during business hours.
Ph: 705-749-5557 ext. 5504
Ph: 705-324-9144 ext. 3232
Betty.Mcneely@flemingcollege.ca Campus Nurse
Student Experience and Peer Mentors
Student Experience staff are available to provide support and answer any student experience, co-curricular and peer mentor inquiries. You can also request a peer mentor. Welcome Days will be held the week of July 12th, 2021. Information regarding Welcome Days and future Orientation sessions will be provided at a later date.
Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity and Inclusion staff are available to provide support and answer inquiries via email, telephone or WebEx (online) meeting. For information regarding Positive Space Training and other Diversity virtual programming, or to schedule a call or virtual meeting, please email:
Debbie Harrison, Diversity & Inclusion Student Success Coordinator
Indigenous Student Services
Rooted in Indigenous perspectives, Fleming Indigenous Student Services strives to nourish students’ spirits on their learning path by supporting connection to community, culture, and self.
All services are being offered remotely through phone, email and WebEx for students who self-identify as First Nations (status and non-status), Métis or Inuit.
We provide specialized support services to Indigenous students, which includes: 1:1 student advising, transitional support, academic support, advocacy, culturally appropriate referrals, and traditional knowledge advising.
Cultural programming for the Winter 2021 semester includes:
- Weekly student drop ins via WebEx with Indigenous Student Services staff
- Bishkaa – Indigenous peer mentorship
- Bursary application support
- Indigenous healthcare consultations
- Virtual visits with Elders and Traditional Knowledge Holders
- Firekeeping Fridays
- LGBTQ2S+ Indigenous support and teachings with Elder Blu Waters
If you identify as First Nations, Inuit or Métis, be proud of your ancestry and self-identify with Indigenous Student Services.
You can self-identify here: https://department.flemingcollege.ca/indigenous/self-identify-as-an-indigenous-student/
Check out our Facebook Page or our culturally safe, virtual space on the Fleming Mobile app for more information and to stay connected!
If you are interested in connecting with other Indigenous students or accessing cultural support, please feel free to reach out to Indigenous Student Services staff. We are looking forward to connecting with you.
Staff contact information
- Brittney Moffatt, Indigenous Student Transitions Advisor
- Rachel Rochon, Staff Contact
- Ashley Safar, Manager, Indigenous Student Services
Athletics and Recreation
While Athletic and Recreation facilities are closed and activity is suspended, staff are available to answer inquiries regarding varsity, intramural and extramural programming.We are in communication with our community partners at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre and Lindsay Recreation Complex and will provide updates if there are any changes to operations at these facilities.
Staff are available to support students with Residence questions.
Contact: Sarah-Jayne Riley
Off-Campus Housing enquiries:
Staff are available to support students to find and secure housing options off-campus.
Contact: Karen Hennessey
705-749-5100 ext. 1125
Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (Student Conduct) enquires:
Staff are available to support students and staff regarding the rights and responsibilities of students.
Contact: Greg Jefford