Step 1: Research Fleming Programs
Not sure what you want to study?
Take a look at our Find Your Future questionnaire to help you identify what programs might be the best fit for you.
Take a closer look at our programs by visiting the Full-time programs page.
Already a College or University Grad?
We offer a number of Post-graduate programs and Advanced Standing options for post-secondary graduates.
Pathways into a Degree
Fleming College has many articulation and credit transfer agreements with Ontario, Canadian and international post-secondary institutions. See Education Pathways for details on using your Fleming College program to pursue a degree.
Need a bit more information about Fleming or our Programs?
One of our team members will be more than happy to assist you.
Step 2: Apply to Fleming
Submit your Application
Apply online through ontariocolleges.ca (the Ontario Colleges Application Service).
There is a $95 fee to be paid to ontariocolleges.ca. Be sure to submit payment to ensure that your application will be sent to Fleming College.
Make sure you provide a valid and current mailing address, phone number and email address where we can reach you. Check your email regularly for updates or important information. Be sure to update this information at ontariocolleges.ca if you move.
Check Your Mail
From the time you apply until you arrive we'll notify you by email and mail throughout the application process.
Submit your Transcripts
Whether you're a current Ontario high school student, a post-secondary graduate or have been away from school for a while, you will want to ensure that complete transcripts and/or supporting documents arrive at ontariocolleges.ca.
Need assistance? Ontariocolleges.ca can help!
Check Program Requirements
Visit the program page for each of the programs that you've applied to and ensure you meet the admissions requirements listed (completed or in progress).
Questions or concerns?
Contact our Admissions team who will be happy to assist. Phone 705-749-5514 or toll free 866-353-6464, ext. 1514 or email: email@example.com
Non-Academic Requirements (NARS)
Some programs at Fleming have additional non-academic requirements such as immunizations, or certifications (CPR, First Aid etc). Read through your program page carefully so that you're aware of requirements for your program.
Are you a Mature Applicant?
You are considered a mature applicant if:
- You will be 19 or older as of the first day of class and;
- You have not completed secondary school or other post-secondary studies
In order to qualify for admission, mature applicants may elect to write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) and/or pursue Academic Upgrading. See the Mature Student Admissions page for more information.
Are you an International Student?
If you are an international student, you can apply directly to Fleming College. Visit our International students page for further information.
If English is not your first language or if you completed education in another language, you will need to demonstrate English proficiency. See the Language Requirements for International students page for further information.
Step 3: Admissions Timelines
You have applied to Fleming College.
Provided that you have submitted your application and all required documents, we can usually assess your eligibility quite quickly (within 2-3 days of receipt of all required documentation).
Some applications (those for upper semesters or requiring assessment of international credentials) do require more detailed consideration or assessment by program representatives and can take additional processing time.
If we require further documentation from you, we will let you know by email, mail and often by phone as well.
If you have any questions or concerns about the status of your application, do not hesitate to contact us. You can also check your application status below.
Check your application status
Contact our Admissions team
- Phone: (705) 749-5514
- Toll free: 866-353-6464, ext. 1514
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applying to a Highly Competitive Program?
We will begin issuing offers of admission on February 1st. If a program is determined to be oversubscribed by that date, we will notify you by email in early February. We will then undertake a selection process to determine eligibility for offers of admission. Offers to highly competitive programs are typically issued beginning in mid-March. Qualified applicants who do not receive an offer at that time will be placed on the waitlist and where possible, considered for alternate offers of admission.
Step 4: Receive Your Offer
You have been accepted to Fleming College.
Congratulations! Welcome to Fleming College
We will notify you of your offer of admission by email, and will also send you a hard copy offer package. If you applied via ontariocolleges.ca, your offer will also be viewable there. Read through these items carefully and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your offer.
About your Offer
Depending on your academic background and the program(s) you have applied to, you may receive different types of offers.
Types of offers
A Conditional Offer of Admission means that you have been extended an offer on the condition that you complete any outstanding program admission requirements prior to the start of class.
For an offer to Semester 1 of a Diploma or Certificate program, this might mean completion of your Ontario Secondary School Diploma and additional individual courses identified on your program page.
For an offer to an Upper Semester of a Diploma or Certificate - or a Post-Graduate program - this might mean completion of post-secondary courses or programs in which you're currently enrolled.
Check your offer of admission carefully for any conditions noted and ensure that you complete them and submit appropriate documentation prior to the start of class.
Unconditional Offers of Admission are issued if you have already completed all the admissions requirements for your program. You are likely not currently enrolled in any courses or programs required by the program in your offer of admission and have already submitted all your final, official transcripts or other requested documentation.
Alternate Offers of Admission are issued to a program or start date other than that to which you initially applied. We try to provide all applicants with alternate pathways to pursue their areas of academic interests at Fleming in the event that:
- You do not meet the requirements for your program, or;
- The program is oversubscribed
Alternate Offers can be conditional or unconditional. Acceptance of an alternate offer does not impact in any way your consideration for other programs to which you have applied or are awaiting a decision.
Applicants can be placed on a waitlist if:
- Their application was received by the equal consideration deadline of February 1st and were considered within a selection process, or;
- They applied after the equal consideration deadline and seats in the programs have been filled.
We continue to monitor program enrollments and do contact applicants placed on the waitlist if space becomes available.
Note, accepting a different offer - either from Fleming or another college, will not affect your standing on the waitlist. You will continue to be considered for entry to your program if space is available.
Step 5: Confirm Your Offer
You have decided to come to Fleming College.
This is the fun part! You've worked so hard to qualify for admission, you've done your research, paid us a visit and know that Fleming is the college for you.
Congratulations. You have a made a fantastic choice. All that's left to do is accept your offer.
Follow the instructions in your offer of admission package to confirm your offer.
IMPORTANT: confirm by the deadline indicated to secure your seat!
For Applicants with Offers of Admission at ontariocolleges.ca
- Go to ontariocolleges.ca
- Log into your ontariocolleges.ca account with your login credentials.
- Click on "View Offers" to see your offer(s) of admission.
- Select the offer of admission you wish to accept.
- Click "Confirm"
Your confirmation will then be sent automatically to Fleming.
Applicants with Offers of Admission to Upper Semester or who applied directly to Fleming (International)
You will be provided with appropriate instructions in your offer package as to how and when to confirm - often times by email or phone.
We will acknowledge receipt of your confirmation by email and mail.
Multiple Offers of Admission
If you receive more than one offer of admission, you are free to choose. Be aware though that accepting one offer declines your offer from the other program.
Register for Accessible Education Services
If you had an IEP in high school, or you have a documented disability, you will need to register with Counselling and Accessible Education Services. Contact us as soon as you accept an offer of admission.
Change your Mind?
Up until the confirmation deadline indicated in your offer, you may still change your mind and amend your decision. If you change your mind after the confirmation deadline, space in your program may still be available - contact us.
Step 6: Fee Payment: Secure Your Seat in Your Program
You have confirmed your offer and are ready to make payment.
All new incoming students will be asked to secure their seats by submitting a Tuition Deposit and by subsequently submitting the balance of fees owing.
We will send an email to your Fleming email address and to any other email address you have provided to us, notifying you that your Fee Notification is available for you to review. Fee Notifications are issued in early May for Fall start programs and approximately 8 weeks prior to the start of the term for Winter and Spring start programs. Your fee notification will be available within the myCampus student portal.
To find your Fee Notification
- Sign in to the myCampus student portal and select My Student Centre
- On the first page inside the Student Centre, scroll down the page and select Fee Notifications/Account Info
- Click on the Fee Notification icon to display your fee information
Visit our Tuition and Ancillary Fees page for further information. Tuition and Ancillary Fee Information for the 2018-19 academic year will be updated mid April, 2018.
Timelines and procedures for submitting your tuition deposit will be communicated in your offer of admission package. You will have been provided with a full cost-of-living summary for the purposes of applying for a study permit. More information is available on the Tuition and Other Expenses for International Students page.
How Much Does My Program Cost?
The communications noted above will specify the fees, deadlines and procedures for submission required for your program.
Fees are listed on individual program pages as well. Tuition and Ancillary Fee Information for the 2018-19 academic year will be updated mid April, 2018
Make Your Money Plan: Financial Aid for New Students
Step 7: Next Steps
You have secured your acceptance and want to know how to prepare.
Apply For Residence or Find Off-Campus Housing
Visit our Housing Options site for detailed information about applying for residence and a wealth of resources about living off-campus.
Get a Head Start
Visit us during Welcome Days. Welcome Days are hosted during July at our Sutherland (Peterborough) and Frost (Lindsay) campuses.
Learn About Student Experience And Services
Learn more about Student Experience and Services available to support your academic and personal success.
Student Photo ID Card
All registered students are issued a Photo ID Card, which gives you access to services within the college. You can acquire your Student Photo ID Card in person during regular business hours in the Office of the Registrar or at an alternate campus location during Welcome Days and Orientation. Photo identification will be required to obtain your Student ID Card.
Step 8: Get Ready for Class
Visit YOUR myCampus Portal
Get your timetable and learn about transfer credits.
Once we have received your confirmation, you will be granted access to myCampus.
The myCampus portal is a one-stop shop for all services that you, as a student, will require. On the homepage you will be provided with your weekly timetable, news and events, important dates and deadlines, policies and procedures, and information about lockers, parking, textbooks and more.
Additionally, the myCampus portal links to other important services such as 'My Mail' for your student email, 'My Courses (D2L)' for access to course resources, and 'My Files(H:)' for accessing your files stored on the Fleming network. All of your most important student information is stored within 'My Student Centre'. This is where you will go to find your full timetable, financial information (such as balance due), final grades, contact information, etc.
Registration, Timetables and Course Changes
Approximately 3-4 weeks prior to the start of class, you will have access within your myCampus - Student Centre to view your timetable and to make any necessary timetable changes.
Transfer Credit (Exemptions)
If you have taken credits at Fleming College, or other institutions that may qualify you for a transfer credit/exemption, please print out and complete the Transfer Credit Form available in the Registrar tab of your myCampus account. Your Transfer Credit Application form must be approved by your program coordinator and submitted to the Office of the Registrar.
Step 9: Attend Orientation
Get to know your campus.
Orientation activities take place at all campuses during the first week of class. Visit Orientation at Fleming College for further information and, rest assured, we'll be in touch with further information as well!
Step 10: You've Arrived
Welcome to Fleming College!
The Office of the Registrar
Whether online or in person, the Office of the Registrar is focused on providing efficient services to support your academic transition, integration and success at Fleming. The following services are available through the Registrar's Office:
- Transfer Credits
- Official Transcripts
- Financial Aid
- Course Selection
- Student Accounts
- Bursaries/ Scholarships