Student Clubs are essential to post secondary schools as they help provide students with a sense of community and belonging. In order to become a fully sanctioned club you must read the club manual, fill out the club application, and bring the completed application to the FSA office. A club must:

  1. Have a prospective or existing membership of no less than seven (7) Fleming College Students, including Executive Members. A club may be recognized as a club with less than the seven (7) required members, however no financial funding will be received from the Frost Student Association until the membership list has been resubmitted with the minimum requirements.

  2. Have a statement of purpose & proposed plan of operations, including:

    • A proposed budget for the academic year.

    • A list of elected officers and a proposed meeting schedule for the academic year.

 Current Clubs - Updates Coming Soon!

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Are you a nerdy student looking for a place to unwind and express your creativity? Come join fellow students and play Dungeons & Dragons to relax and slay a few monsters.

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  • Fleming College Outdoors Club: Do you love the outdoors and outdoor activities? Of course you do, you’re at Frost! Join the Fleming College Outdoors Club and receive access to trips, here and events spanning the entire academic year!

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  • Foraging & Bushcraft Club (FBC): Have you ever wanted to enjoy nature to the fullest? Would you like to? Join the Foraging & Bushcraft Club today to get your hands on wild edibles and natural crafts.

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  • International Students Club: This club represents the ethics and values of various cultural respects as this is the foundation of different cultures.

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  • Magic the Gathering Club: Whether you are a veteran or newbie, come play Magic the Gathering with them!

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  • South Africa Semester Abroad Fundraising Group: Each year a group of students from the Ecosystem Management Program are selected for the amazing opportunity to complete a semester abroad on the Pidwa Wilderness Reserve in South Africa. Help Frost students stay on the reserve to promote and participate in wildlife and habitat management.

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  • Clean Kawartha’s: Clean Kawartha’s is a group of Outdoor Adventure enthusiasts brought together with the goal of raising awareness of the local environment and teaching ways to enjoy and protect it respectfully.

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  • Board Game Society (BGS): Jenga, Cards Against Humanity, Munchkin, no matter your skill come join a space to geek out and surround yourself with others who love easy, silly, co-operative, and fun board games.

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Past Clubs

  • The Rockin’ Auks

  • Adventure Time at Frost Club

  • Ecosystem Management Technology Fundraising Club

  • Fleming College Equestrian Club

  • Fleming College Catholics Club

  • Frost Speaker Union Club

  • Habitat for Humanity Frost Campus

  • Le Club Francais de Fleming

  • S.O.L Skills for Outdoor Living Club