Dedicated to student success. Committed to our communities. Powered by exceptional people. Fleming will grow, in unity, to build and create a prosperous future for all.
A new Fleming brand has been developed to share our message of growth, unity and creativity.
Founded in 1967, Fleming College has been built on a legacy of innovation, inclusiveness and community-building.
Today, weâ€™re proud to unveil a new brand. One that honours that rich heritage while celebrating our future-forward outlook â€“ for our school, for our students and for the communities we serve â€“ locally and around the world.
Our new brand was crafted through intensive consultation with our stakeholders â€“ staff, alumni, donors, students and community partners.
We also benefited greatly from rich consultation and conversations with our indigenous partners and international community.
The result is a refreshed brand that celebrates our legacy and positions us for a bright future.
Our new workmark proudly displays the Fleming name in a bold, timeless font.
Complimenting the wordmark, our new shield communicates stability, protection and longevity.
The lines within the shield form the veins of a leaf, symbolizing sustainability and the natural beauty of our college campuses, acknowledging that Fleming is respectfully situated on Michi Saagiig lands and the traditional territory covered by the Williams Treaties.
In the largest portion of the shield, the lines come together showcasing a prominent letter â€śFâ€ť.
With contemporary colours that represent each of our campuses and our natural surroundings, our new brand reflects our commitment to providing the foundation for student and community growth.
As Fleming prepares for the Fall 2021 term â€“ and as the world begins to open up again â€“ itâ€™s fitting that our new brand showcases a hopeful spirit, a fresh outlook and the bright future to come, working together, as one.
One Brand. One Community. One Fleming.
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.