On Campus Resources

Sexual Violence Prevention Support Services

On Campus Services

[Please find department websites by clicking on the headings highlighted in blue]

Campus Security:

Campus Security provides immediate support 24/7, assists with safety planning, and provides taxi chits to travel to the hospital.

For on-campus emergencies: dial 4444 from any campus phone or 705-749-5530 ext. 4444.

Information and Safe Walk:  705-749-5530 x 8000 or security@flemingcollege.ca

Counselling and Accessible Education Services:

Offers free and confidential counselling services and can support a student in responding to an incident of harm or who is helping a friend through an incident.

Tel: 705-749-5530 x 1527 or email caes@flemingcollege.ca to schedule an appointment

Health Services:

Offers health-based support, resources and referrals, and taxi chits to travel to the hospital.

Sutherland campus: contact the campus nurse at 705-749-5504 or email: sutherlandcampushealthservices@flemingcollege.ca

Frost campus: contact the campus nurse at 705-324-9144 ext. 3232 or email: frostcampushealthservices@flemingcollege.ca

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities:

Offers confidential consultation about support and reporting options on campus. Can set up interim accommodations and/or safety plans on campus (whether or not a report is made).

Email: StudentRightsAndResponsibilitiesOffice@flemingcollege.ca

Diversity & Inclusion Services:

Offers Co-Curricular Record (CCR) training programs to promote awareness and education about sexual violence, such as “Informed Support Person” and “Bystander Intervention”.

Email: diversity@flemingcollege.ca

College Accommodations

Your needs are important and reporting an incident of sexual violence is not always easy. We recognize that you may need some support after a disclosure. Counselling Services or Student Rights and Responsibilities can liaise with campus partners to identify the most appropriate accommodations for the survivor. Accommodations may include, but not be limited to:

  • Extended time on assignments,
  • Changing classroom or work proximity of the survivor and accused assailant,
  • Residence staff to facilitate safe living arrangements to the best of our abilities,
  • Implementing scheduling of service access times for the survivor to ensure the offender is not present.

Employees who require accommodation as a result of sexual violence can make an appointment with the Human Rights Officer who will liaise with Human Resources to facilitate the appropriate accommodation.