Fleming College encourages involvement in sustainability through a Green Campus, Green Community and Green Culture approach with our students and staff. Throughout the year, we host exciting events and activities as well as opportunities to add to your Co-Curricular Record (CCR). Whether it's donating used clothes to our Campus Free Market, helping with our Waste Buddies program or tending to our pollinator gardens, there are a lot of ways to learn and practice sustainability skills on campus.
Do you have some ideas to improve sustainability culture on campus and in our community? Come visit us, we want to hear from you!
For upcoming events visit: Fleming College Office of Sustainability
CCR opportunities which focus on Sustainability practices include:
Students must be prepared to commit to 4 to 8 hours of volunteer work to earn CCR credit. Check in with the Office of Sustainability staff for further details.
Enactus provides students with leadership opportunities, engagement and ways to help promote sustainability on campus. Sustainable projects include:
The Students for Sustainability (SFS) is the student-led grassroots group at Fleming's Frost Campus which meet on a weekly basis to build awareness and action on improving our individual and collective carbon footprint.
FREE workshops offered by the SFS include:
Workshops and initiatives are driven by student interests, knowledge and skills which align with Fleming College Sustainability plan and promote the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. For more information, drop by the SFS office next to the Frost library.
The Frost Students Association is a not for profit organization that serves students at both our Frost and Haliburton campus. So many of the FSA events and projects are linked to sustainability - naturally!
Connect with the FSA or contact FSASustainabilityDirector@flemingcollege.ca
Get started on making an impact today and join Living Planet @ Campus. Open to students, staff, and sustainability professionals.
Bring sustainability into your workplace through Living Planet @ Work - a free program offered by WWF-Canada.
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