Campus Resources

Gender Neutral Washrooms

Sutherland Campus:

  • C1 location – C1420.1 and C1450.8
  • D0 location – D0110
  • B2 location – B2162 and B2164

Frost Campus:

  • Room 106D

Quiet Reflection Room

Fleming College offers students a quiet space dedicated to the expression of faith and personal reflection. Students are welcome to use the room during normal campus hours of operation. Prayer mats and religious texts are available. Students are asked to respect others using the space and remove their footwear upon entering.

Sutherland Location: ROOM C2 121, located half way between the Registrar’s Office and the cafeteria

Frost Location: TBA

Indigenous Cultural Spaces 

Access support and utilize the Indigenous Student Lounge to study, take a well-deserved break, or visit with friends.  Come by the Tipi, located at the Sutherland Campus and enjoy a visit with a member of the Indigenous Student Services Team or a student firekeeper.

The College is smudge friendly, and you may smudge in the Indigenous Student Lounge at any time. If you are smudging elsewhere, please let us know in advance so we may notify  those who could be negatively affected due to allergies.

Indigenous Student Lounges are located in:

  • Room B2 299 at the Sutherland Campus
  • Room 180A at Frost Campus go downstairs, pass the Cafeteria, when the hallway splits, it is the first door on your right

Miigwetch, Nia:wen, and we look forward to seeing you in the lounge!

Name Change Process

To change your preferred name on your email, student card, and other documentation please see the Registrar’s Office at your campus. If you are unsure of the process please contact diversity@flemingcollege.ca

The Diversity Community of Practice 

This group of students, staff, faculty and alumni are interested in diversity at Fleming College and meet to discuss challenges and opportunities related to diversity issues. Their goal is to help ensure that Fleming College remains a diverse and inclusive environment for everyone in the Fleming Community.

Accessibility Centre 

In support of the College’s approach to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (A.O.D.A.), this website should be where you start whenever you have questions about accessibility. Fleming College’s goal is not merely to be compliant with this important piece of legislation, but to prepare our faculty and employees to be leaders in accessibility. We want to ensure that everyone realizes the importance of their role when fostering an inclusive and accessible college environment for all.