Fleming College comprises four campuses, Sutherland campus, Cobourg campus, Frost campus and Haliburton 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.
- Fleming's Cobourg Campus was established in 1971; academic upgrading and continuing education courses are offered at this location.
- 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.
- 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.