Indigenous Student Services
Fleming College recognizes that Indigenous students come from diverse cultures and traditions and have varying perspective, needs and goals. No matter what path you come from, Fleming Indigenous Student Support Services with help make your transition to the college environment easier.
Fleming Indigenous Student Services offers counseling support, provides information and resources, cultural programming, and acts as a link to the college and wider community.
Together with the Indigenous Education Council, and the Indigenous Student Council "Mino Bimaadiziwin" (The way of a good life), we form a large community within the college.
We are committed to the recruitment, retention, and success of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis students and honour the worldview of our people by respecting and supporting you to the best of our abilities.
Be proud of your ancestry.
Self-identify online with Fleming Indigenous Student Services
As a self-identifying First Nations, Inuit, or Métis student there are many culturally relevant online supports and resources available to you this semester:
- Indigenous Support Services weekly Zoom drop in sessions
- Visiting Elders Zoom sessions
- Indigenous healthcare consultations
- Advocacy and referrals
- Indigenous specific support: local organizations, First Nations and cultural resources, people
- Bursary information
- Crafts, social events, workshops and activities to help you connect with other students
- Follow us on Facebook
Miigwetch, Nia:wen, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!