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1 From Diversity to Inclusion A snapshot of Fleming demographics in 2011

2 BELONGING accessibility diversity equity safety respect INCLUSION “Inclusion respects the wide range of human qualities and attributes that make up a college community (Diversity) and allows individuals to flourish within an environment of fairness and respect (Equity)”

3 We serve a very regionally diverse population (students from urban centres, small towns, rural and northern communities) but a relatively ethnically homogenous population compared to the Ontario college system: 3% Aboriginal students 3% immigrant students (plus 4% who are first generation Cdn) 7 % members of racialized communities (visible minority) 29% from a small city, 23% from rural areas 40% First Generation PSE Fleming diversity portrait

4 Fleming Equity Stats Overview¹ Aboriginal students 5%4% 3%TBA Members of visible minorities 4% 7%TBA Students with disabilities 13%11%13%11%10%TBA First generation Post-sec. ed. 18.5%22.8%20.4%20.9%40%²TBA International (#) Immigrant (%) 40 6% 42 4% 44 4% 29 3% 25 3% 136 TBA

5 2011 international student profile* 136 international students came to Fleming this year, from 20 different countries, studying at 3 campuses Brealey = 127 students Frost = 8 students Haliburton = 1 student * International statistics are maintained by the International Education Office

6 Countries of origin Bahamas (1) Brazil (1) Bhutan (1 ) UK (2) USA (2) Venezuela (1) Zambia (1) Nigeria (1) St Lucia (1) Taiwan (1) Trinidad (1) Macedonia (2) Mexico (21) Italy (2) Japan (2) Korea (2) India (89) China (3) El Salvador (1) Hong Kong (1)

7 1. These statistics were taken from the First Year Student Survey, last updated in May For the full report, please go to the Fleming Data Research web page located at: 2. See page 14 of the report linked above for an explanation of why first generation numbers doubled in 2010 (due to a reformulation of how a question was posed).


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