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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.

Information for the Sutherland Campus

Academic Orientation day for most programs is scheduled for Monday, January 15, 2018. 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 before classes begin on Tuesday, January 16th. Reminder that all academic classes for first semester students are cancelled on January 15th.

Please find your program below to view your unique orientation agenda.


Information for the Frost Campus

Orientation Timetables

  • First Semester Students:
    Classes begin on Monday January 15th with events and activities scheduled around regularly scheduled classes in some programs. Please download the Frost Academic Orientation Timetables for more information on week one of your program.
  • Returning and Direct Entry Students:
    Classes start on Monday January 15th as per your timetables. Please check your Fleming email for updates from Program Coordinators and faculty.

    To check your Fleming email log into the myCampus portal.

Orientation Week Events at Frost Campus

All events are open to new and returning students. A complete schedule of events will be ready January 15th.

Ask Me Desk

Have a question? Stop by the ASK ME Deck in the main foyer.

Monday January 15th to Wednesday January 17th, 7:30am - 11:30am

Transfer Credits

Information about Transfer Credits and how to apply for them will be available at the Ask Me Desk in the Main foyer on Tuesday January 16th, Thursday January 18th, Tuesday January 23rd, and Thursday January 25th, from 1:00pm -3:30pm

Frost Common First Semester Students

Students enrolling in any of the programs below are advised to contact Thomas Luloff, Semester One Coordinator, to discuss timetable changes. Thomas can be reached at: thomas.luloff@flemingcollege.ca, or at 705-324-9144 extension 3027.

You can also visit the Frost Common First Semester Facebook page.

Frost Common First Semester Programs

Information for the Haliburton Campus

Haliburton students Orientation 8:00am Monday, January 8, 2018.

Classes start 9:00am.

Students starting at Haliburton School of Art + Design should have received an email directly from Student Services Support staff, containing specific details about January orientation activities on campus. If you have not received your orientation package email, please contact wendy.ladurantaye@flemingcollege.ca.


Information for the Cobourg Campus

The Cobourg campus does not have any programs starting in January 2018.


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.


Frequently asked questions about orientation

Is orientation about more than academics?
Is orientation about more than academics? Yes! Many departments in the college, including Athletics, Student Life, 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

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