It is with great enthusiasm that we announce our new GAS logo. Congratulations to Vikki Maystruk, Kari Draker-Fortis, Sharon Archibald, Deborah Long, Soobia Siddiqui and Clive Russell for winning the contest and for using your creativity to design the school’s new logo!
The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards is now receiving applications.
The Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards (formerly the Women’s Opportunity Awards) assists women who provide the primary source of financial support for their families by giving them the resources they need to improve their education, skills and employment prospects.
To visit the website and apply, go to http://www.soroptimist.org/awards/live-your-dream-awards.html
To Read about the criteria, please go to: http://www.soroptimist.org/awards/eligibility.html
|CIP (College information program) – Sutherland Campus||Ontario College’s team up and participate in an information fair at each College. At the Fleming CIP we are expecting approximately 800-1000 potential students. Each Academic School will have a table that we would like help to staff.|
|Metro Fair – Direct Energy Building Toronto||
The biggest college fair, evening fair for parents and following day for students. We attend and can interact with up to 2500 potential students. www.ocif.ca We would like to have faculty join the Fleming booth to interact with potential students and their parents.
Preferred Hotel rates can be found at this link and are available until September 19th
|November 5th 10:00-2:00||Fall Open House||College is open for guests to tour and speak with faculty and services. Expecting approximately 800 potential students. Each Academic school will have a table in the foyer, and each program will have a room.|
The GAS Newsletter is now available. Download Newsletter Start-up Fall 2016
Our Placement guide and forms were updated and are now available for faculty and coordinators to use for placements in the Fall 2016. Please check the Faculty Resources / Placement Forms and Guides to learn more about it.
A link to the tab is provided below: https://department.flemingcollege.ca/school-gas/placement-forms-and-guide/
Starting this fall, the Library is launching a series of voluntary workshops for students on a variety of key topics, such as: database searching, evaluating sources, ePortfolios, avoiding plagiarism, and more. Students may register for as many as they like; anyone completing 5 workshops will earn the Information Literacy Certificate, which is CCR eligible. We hope you will consider recommending these workshops to your students. Click here for more information on the workshops and about information literacy in higher education.
The Library offers a wide variety of workshops and presentations on topics research to research, information/digital literacy, citations and academic integrity, and much more. Now is the time to reserve your preferred timeslot. With this popular service, Library staff will provide a Library Skills / Information Literacy workshop for your students during class time. Click here to view our topic menu and book your workshop.
All menu options can be customized to course or assignment.
The Absences and Retroactive Accommodations memorandum provides information on the the recently approved Class Absence Operating Procedure, and the process designed to address the College’s requirement to comply with the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s ruling regarding “Medical Documentation Guidelines and Accommodation” which includes retroactive accommodations.