COVID-19 Parking & Building Access Protocols
Students and Employees participating in Academic Boot Camps and other Pre-Approved Activities are authorized to enter the building to attend their camp. In order to park on campus and enter the building the following protocols have been put into place:
Parking: Complimentary parking is currently available at Frost & Sutherland Campuses, a decision on when parking fees will be reinstated has not been made yet. However, all students and employees are required to update their personal and vehicle information and register for a Temporary Complimentary Permit through our Online Parking System: https://fleming.parkadmin.com/login
Screening: All students and employees entering campus buildings are required to complete a health screening in person at the entrance or by using the Self-Screening Tool available through the Fleming Safe App. See link below for more information about the app.
College Access Card: All students and employees entering campus buildings will be issued a new Student/Employee Access & Identification Card on the first day of Boot Camp or their scheduled On-Site Course Delivery. This card must be scanned at the designated reader as you enter to verify that you have entered and have completed screening.
If you previously had a Fleming OneCard then the photo from that card will be used to print a new card. If you did not previously have a OneCard Student/Employee ID Card please click the link below to access the process to submit a photo and request a card.
One Card Information Link: http://department.flemingcollege.ca/security/security/onecard-information
Click on this link for information about our online services:
Online Parking Portal Info
Parking Services is here to ensure a safe and orderly movement of bikes, motor vehicles and pedestrians around campus and to make efficient and effective use of the available parking facilities.
Fleming College has several parking lots at each campus and offers a variety of permits, pay daily rates and monthly parking options for the convenience of students, staff, faculty and visitors. Parking is an ancillary service at Fleming College which means no funding from tuition or student fees is directed to the maintenance, expansion or operation of parking services, only user fees are directed towards parking operations.
We encourage you to become familiar with our Parking Policies, Operating Procedures and Regulations available at this link: Parking Policies