The International Education Office has organized several informative activities for you. Virtual sessions will take place online. On-demand sessions can be viewed at your leisure and are available now.
Virtual Orientation For All International Students – All Campuses:
Apply For A Sin Number
Apply once and faster for a SIN number by joining this session with a Service Canada representative.
Save September 5th for your in-person Program Specific Orientation information. You will receive information via your Fleming email. Make sure to check your junk folder.
Virtual Orientation for all international students – Attendance Required all four days
Welcome Session – All Programs
Meet the International Student Services Team and services teams who will be supporting you on your new journey.
Meet Your Peer Mentor
A peer mentor is an upper-semester who supports new students transition to Fleming. Meet your peer mentor, ask questions, learn how to get involved on campus, transition to life and academics, access campus resources, have fun, and much more.
Learn from current students about their journey, tips on how to be successful, lessons learned and ask questions about their experience at Fleming.
Find A Place To Live
Are you moving to Peterborough or Lindsay? Learn your rights as a tenant and how to search for your new living space virtually.
Find A Part-Time Job
Learn about the services Career Services offers, including helping students with job searches, job applications, connect and search for employment and volunteer opportunities, as well as help with part-time employment.
Apply For A Sin Number
Apply once and faster for a SIN number by joining this virtual session with a Service Canada representative.
In-Person Sin Number Appointments
What is a “Study Permit” or “Co-op Work Permit”? Meet the Fleming Regulated International Student Immigration Advisor & learn about your immigration rights & responsibilities in Canada.
Play this fun game, test your knowledge of Canadian Culture while learning how to better understand the people and the country you will be calling home.
Campus And Community Safety
If you are new to Canada, you should attend this session. You will feel a lot more secure and confident living in a new country if you know who to call in case of an emergency, what supports are available on campus, and how to protect yourself and your personal information against fraud and scams.
Academic Supports & Success Coaches
Navigate services and supports available to you, learn what to do when you need academic help, and where to find learning resources. Explore various academic supports and services we provide.
Inclusion And Respect On Campus
Learn about Student Experience Diversity & Inclusion Services, your human rights, safe spaces for students to celebrate and promote diversity, receive education, support and referrals on a wide variety of diversity issues.
Virtual “Ask Us” Drop-In For All International Students
Connect online with International Student Services anytime during these sessions to ask questions, get more information on any topic related to your studies in Canada, or simply say hello. We’re here to help you.
An overview of academic integrity.
Housing Search – Virtual Drop-In
Need help finding housing? Connect with Fleming’s Off-Campus Housing Coordinator online to get advice and assistance with your housing search. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help.
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
These sessions are available now.
Learn about classroom expectations directly from one of Fleming’s faculty, how to effectively communicate with your professors, and start your classes on the right foot.
Your Health Plan
Find out more about your health insurance coverage.