No matter what your educational background, we can help you build the skills you need to achieve your goal.
Within our Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Certificates and Diplomas program, you can improve your science skills to qualify for admission to a college health science one-year or two-year program. Take the Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees program to obtain the courses you need for admission to a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science Nursing degree, or to a three-year college health or science program. Explore whether university is right for you within our unique University Transfer program, and earn credit for first year toward your bachelor's degree. The choice is yours. We provide the pathway to your goal.
Rooted in reconciliation, 33 Fleming programs currently offer the Indigenous Perspectives Designation (IPD). The IPD is unique in Ontario, and provides students with in-depth knowledge of First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples, their cultures, histories, traditions, and contributions to our shared society. Faculty teach a holistic Indigenous curriculum and lead experiential learning activities, ensuring students have a strong foundation in Indigenous Studies.
Learn more about Indigenous Perspectives Designation (IPD) Programs.
Choose our University Transfer program to test-drive university-level courses, improve your academic skills and earn credit for first year of your bachelor's degree at Trent University or Carleton University. You can save money too - taking university courses while paying college tuition fees.
Academic Upgrading (Skills on Demand) provides courses to earn Grade 12 equivalency for entry to college or an apprenticeship, or to help improve your career prospects. Courses are free and you can study part-time or full-time depending on your schedule.
This program has given me a whole new level of confidence and understanding that I’m able to apply to everything in real life. The fact that there are reserved spots in our chosen programs for those with a high average gives you the extra drive to keep going when the work gets tough. The teachers want us to succeed, and they consistently show us that they will support us in any way they can. Emily Dickinson, Graduate (2022), Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Certificates and Diplomas
I loved my time at Fleming and I felt I really made the most of it. I was quite engaged as a student, which is a testament to the environment on campus," said Olivia. "The community there is something special to be a part of, and it made me want to get involved and give back. Olivia Anderson, Graduate (2015) Pre-Health Pathway to Certificates and Diplomas
Graduate (2017), Practical Nursing
It was amazing to have a year to get a grasp on things before going into a very challenging program. You do a few courses in Pre-Health that contribute to your Paramedic diploma so you can lessen your workload and focus on the tougher core courses. It prepared me and many of my peers well. I believe I wouldn’t have survived the Paramedic program without Pre-Health. Brady Wills, Graduate (2018), Pre-health Sciences Pathway to Certificates and Diplomas
Graduate, (2020), Paramedic Program, Fleming College
Fleming gave me the opportunity to get back into education after a lengthy hiatus… It was a broad course of social sciences and writing techniques, which gave me a good perspective of what I wanted to study after. Most importantly, I learned how to write at a university level, which helped me immensely when it came to essays and research papers at Trent. Jacob Hadley, Graduate (2013), General Arts and Science - Degree Transfer
Graduate (2017), Bachelor of Business Administration, Trent University
Graduate (2023), Peter A. Allard School of Law School, University of British Columbia