Do you have questions about your timetable, myCampus, OSAP and more? Graiden VanderVeen, Administrative Assistant to the Registrar, is here to help! Below, Graiden answers frequently asked questions sent to Fleming Collegeâ€™s Registrarâ€™s Office.
How do I register for classes and get my timetable?
Timetables will be available starting the week of August 24, 2020 (timetables for some programs will be available later in the week, so please be patient as we release them). To view your timetable, you will need to access myCampus. After you login to myCampus, you will use the â€śMy Student Centreâ€ť link from the menu on the left side of your screen.
Is Fleming College’s myCampus web portal important?
Itâ€™s a really good idea to get logged into myCampus as soon as possible and explore all of the tools available to you inside this portal. The myCampus portal links to other important services such as â€śMy Mailâ€ť for your student email, â€śMy Courses (D2L)â€ť for access to course resources, and â€śMy Files(H:)â€ť for accessing your files stored on the Fleming network. All of your most important student information is stored within â€śMy Student Centreâ€ť; this is where you will go to find your full timetable, financial information (such as balance due), final grades, contact information, etc.
What if I canâ€™t see my timetable?
Timetables will be available for full-time students who have paid fees or have been approved through other financial arrangements, such as OSAP. New students with outstanding admissions requirements and returning students with academic holds will not see their timetables. Timetables will be available starting the week of August 24, but it may take a few days for your timetable to be loaded to your Student Centre. If you have met all the requirements, including paying your full fees or making financial arrangements, and your timetable isnâ€™t available by August 28, please reach out to us:
New students: please email email@example.com
Returning students: please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I know my OSAP was approved?
What if I want to defer my start to January 2021, May 2021, or September 2021?
To defer your admission to a later start, please take the following steps:
- Withdraw from your Fall 2020 program
- Reapply to either January 2021, May 2021 or September 2021
- If you had submitted a Readmission/Program Change Application, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
- If you applied via OCAS, please go to OCAS to change your application.