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Orientation at Fleming College

A Great Start for New Students

Attending your academic orientation day is the best way to meet your coordinators, understand your responsibilities and course expectations and connect with other new students who are enrolled in your same program.


One Card

One Card is the official Fleming College identification card, with the added benefit of access to services both on and off campus. Upload your photo for One Card before you arrive on-campus. Go to the myCampus Portal, scroll down to the bottom and click on the “Get Started!” button. You need to bring your government issued photo ID to pick up your card, a photo of your ID on your phone is not acceptable.


INFORMATION FOR THE SUTHERLAND CAMPUS

Academic Orientation day for most programs starting at the Sutherland Campus is scheduled for Monday, May 4, 2020. Attending your academic orientation day is the best way to meet your coordinators, understand your responsibilities and course expectations and connect with other new students who are enrolled in your same program.

Academic Program Sessions

The Program Session helps introduce you to your classmates and set your foundation of involvement and success at college. You will meet your classmates, be introduced to your program coordinator and learn some important details about your program.

Schedules for your academic program session will be posted in April 2020.

If you have questions about new student orientation at the Sutherland Campus, email us studentexperience@flemingcollege.ca

Get your One Card

Beginning Monday January 6th, you will be able to pick up your new One Card, in the Campus Link (D – Wing hallway), from 9am to 5pm. Residence students can pick up cards on January 5th.

If you haven't already done so, upload your photo now.

Please choose your program below to determine the room number for your session:


Information for International Students Only

In addition to the January 6th orientation day, you are also required to register for the International Student Orientation hosted on campus on January 2 or 3rd. Please ensure you register for your International Student Orientation


Frost Campus (Lindsay)

ORIENTATION WEEK @ FROST CAMPUS

Orientation week is a combination of scheduled classes and events. Classes begin on Monday January 6th. Events are organized by a number of student groups and college departments.

Some Frost programs will follow a “Modified Week 1” timetable.

“Modified Week 1” timetables will be emailed, to your Fleming College email account, on or before Friday December 20th. Students may also pick up their “Modified Week 1” timetable at the “Ask Me Table” in the main foyer Monday January 6th to Wednesday January 8th.

Students following their Week 1 timetable, as it appears on the portal, will be emailed orientation information on or before Friday December 20th.

To check your Fleming email log into myCampus.

Get your One Card

Beginning Monday January 6th, you will be able to pick up your new One Card, in the Library from 9am to 5pm. Residence students can pick up cards on January 5th.

If you haven't already done so, upload your photo now.


Haliburton School of Art + Design

Academic orientation at the Haliburton Campus of Fleming College’s Haliburton School of Art + Design is scheduled on Monday, January 6 at 8:00am.

A detailed information package was emailed to all students at the end of November.

Get your One Card

Beginning Wednesday January 8th, you will be able to pick up your new One Card, at the Main Office.

If you haven't already done so, upload your photo now.

Questions about orientation at the Haliburton Campus? Email askus@hsad.ca

Social Media

To keep up to date with what's going on, here are some of the many social media links you could join or follow. You should also be checking your Fleming College email.

Fleming College

Athletics and Recreation

Sutherland Campus Student Government

Frost Campus Student Government

Students for Sustainability


Frequently asked questions about orientation

What is One Card and how can I get it?
One Card is the official Fleming College identification card, with the added benefit of access to services both on and off campus.One Card will provide students with access to College services, including point of sale for vending purchases in Residence, on-campus dining (meal plans), laundry, printing/copying, Book Store purchases, library services, access to the recreation facilities, and other transactions on campus.

You will have a One Card online account that you will be able to log into to upload funds to your One Card and make purchases on-campus. This can be done at anytime. A parent, caregiver, or even a friend can also log on and add funds to your account without having direct access to your account.
Will all programs have academic orientation on the same date and time?
No, each campus hosts orientation activities differently. Please ensure you read the information about your campus to ensure you are following your unique orientation schedules. Information on your campus orientation can be found above.
Is orientation about more than academics?
Is orientation about more than academics? Yes! Many departments in the college, including Athletics, Student Experience, Residence Life, Aboriginal Student Services, International Student Services,Diversity Equity and Inclusion, and your Student Councils have planned activities and events. A full list of "things to do" will be posted on this page.
Is there hazing involved?
No! No hazing, initiations, or Hollywood inspired frosh rituals are planned. Programming is designed to welcome and inspire you to participate in all aspects of college life at Fleming, both academically and socially.
Where can I get a quick look at the various services and supports available at Fleming before I start school?
Information is always available online through the Fleming College main website and you can also check out the Orientation edition of Student Health 101.
What are the expections of me, and what can I expect of my Faculty?
We have put together the following document to answer this question. Please see the Student and Faculty Guidelines for Professional Practice
Are orientation events accessible for persons with disabilities?
We believe in and promote the rights of all persons with disabilities as enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA 2005) and its related Accessibility Standards Regulations. To meet this commitment, Fleming College will make appropriate accommodations to support full participation in orientation activities for all students with disabilities.

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