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Fleming College


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  • Established in 1967, Fleming College, also known as Sir Sanford Fleming College, is an open institute named after Sanford Fleming, an engineer and an inventor.
  • Fleming College is associated with the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association, ACCC, and Peterborough Centennial Museum & Archive.
  • The college introduced the College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1965 and is governed and managed by the institute's Board of Governors, also the college is partnered with Trent University.
  • Fleming College is home to more than 5,800 to 10,000 full-time and part-time students, respectively.
  • At Fleming College experiences hands-on-learning combining theoretical and practical learning. College possess industry experienced faculty to offer best possible training to students.
  • Fleming College offers more than 100 full-time program in seven different discipline and is home to more than 6,200 - 10,000 fulltime and part-time students respectively.


Fleming College comprises four campuses, Sutherland campus, Cobourg campus, Frost campus and Haliburton Campus

Sutherland Campus

  • The main campus, which is located in Canada, is Sutherland. The campus offers facilities like Athletic sports grounds, cutting-edge teaching facilities, residence buildings, the Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre, green space, and more.
  • The campus has all of the amenities that students need, such as Restaurants, cafes, department stores, and pharmacies are all nearby.
  • The institute is conveniently located near public transportation. The campus infrastructure is known to be well-maintained and structured by the institution's administration authorities.

Cobourg Campus

  • Fleming's Cobourg Campus was established in 1971; academic upgrading and continuing education courses are offered at this location.

Haliburton Campus

  • Established in 1969, the Haliburton School of Fine Arts is associated with Sir Sandford Fleming College.
  • Later, in 2004 the campus relocated to the Village of Haliburton, and now it's popularly known as Haliburton School of Arts + Design.
  • Haliburton Campus offers 14-Week Art Certificates in Drawing and Painting, Artist Blacksmithing, Photo Arts, Digital Image Design, Sculpture, Ceramics, Jewellery, Glassblowing and Fiber programs along with a year foundation credits to obtain Visual and Creative Arts Diploma.

Frost Campus

  • St. Joseph's Convent was converted to Frost Campus in 1973.
  • The campus is home to Fleming's School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, offering courses oriented to environmental and natural resources study.


  • Arts and Heritage
  • Business
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences
  • General Arts and Sciences
  • Health and Wellness
  • Justice and Community Development
  • Skilled Trades and Technology
  • Continuing Education
  • Aquaculture
  • Geographic Information System