Fleming College - Diploma
Fleming College was founded in the year 1967 after announcement of province-wide establishment of colleges of Applied arts and technology in Ontario. Fleming College was named after the Scottish-born investor and engineer, who is best known for his historic contribution to the concept of Universal Standard Time.
Today, Fleming College operates through its main campus named Peterborough, and four satellite campuses viz; Sutherland, Cobourg, Haliburton and Frost. Fleming College offers about 110 programmes in wide areas of interest and post graduate certificates in the field of Geographic Information Systems(GIS), Aquaculture, and Environment Visual Communication. Fleming College campuses altogether are home to more than 5,800 full-time and 10,000 part-time students.