National Ranking :91
Total Students :16,000
Fleming College, also known as Sir Sanford Fleming College, was established in 1967 and named after Sanford Fleming, a prominent engineer and inventor known for his contributions to the concept of Universal Standard Time. The college is affiliated with the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association, the Association of Canadian Community Colleges, and the Peterborough Centennial Museum & Archives. It was established as a College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1965, and is governed by an executive team and a Board of Governors. The College is also in partnership with Trent University.
Fleming College has four campuses, the Sutherland campus, Cobourg campus, Haliburton campus and the Frost campus. The Sutherland campus is the main campus and is located in Canada. It offers a range of facilities, including athletic sports fields, state-of-the-art teaching facilities, residence buildings, the Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre, green space and more. The campus is conveniently located near restaurants, cafes, department stores, and pharmacies. It is easily accessible by public transportation and the infrastructure of the campus is well-maintained and organized by the institution. The college has expanded the campus area since 2000 due to the increasing number of enrollments.
Our beautiful Sutherland Campus is located not far from the vibrant, student-friendly lifestyle of downtown Peterborough.
Frost Campus is surrounded by the natural beauty of rivers, lakes and green space. Located close to Lindsay’s historic downtown in City of Kawartha Lakes, the student-friendly community offers numerous opportunities to get out and explore in all four seasons.
Overlooking Head Lake in the Haliburton Highlands, and close to a thriving community art scene, our school provides a one-of-a-kind, hands-on studio experience.
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