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Calendars and Student Publications
With full-time programs in business, communications, engineering technology, health, hospitality, recreation, transportation, and academic upgrading. View the html Academic Calendar.
- Click here to view the PDF version (2016/2017).
- Click here to view the PDF version (2015/2016).
- Click here to view the PDF version (2014/2015).
- Click here to view the PDF version (2013/2014).
Continuing and Distance Education Calendar (2016/2017)
You'll find a wide range of courses and part-time programs available at SAIT on weekends and evenings throughout the year.
SAIT Career and Program Guide (2016)
A complete listing of academic day programs, admission requirements and apprenticeship training available at SAIT.
- Click here to view the PDF version.
The 2014 Graduate Employment Statistics report details the results for SAIT's recent graduates (class of 2013/14) in finding employment and moving ahead in their careers. Results are reported by academic school and careers.
A detailed listing of awards, scholarships, and bursaries offered to students.
Comprehensive guide to the select services and support SAIT offers its international students to ensure their success!
Contains information on rates for conference meeting rooms, swimming pools, arena, running track, the gymnasium, fitness centre, squash, racquetball and walleyball courts and bowling alley (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).
View the flipbook version of the 2014/15 Annual Report
SAIT's Vision is to be a global leader in applied education.
||LINK - News for SAIT Alumni
LINK is SAIT 's official alumni magazine. It is published three times per year with a print run of 92,000 and a mandate to connect with alumni and engender pride in SAIT by sharing stories about SAIT's campus, its people and its graduates.
||SAIT Comprehensive Institutional Plan 2016-2019
Post-secondary education plays an important role in meeting the growing need for a skilled and educated workforce. It is also a key driver of economic development and diversification. To support social and economic prosperity, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) provides accessible, affordable and quality applied learning opportunities for students from across Alberta, Canada, and the world. SAIT's strength comes from its focus on action-based learning and solution-focused research.
||SAIT Strategic Plan 2015 - 2020
As SAIT approaches its second century of service, it will build upon what it has already achieved — a strong reputation in high-quality applied education that produces graduates who can build meaningful careers and opportunities.
||Donor Report 2014: Changing Lives
Articles on the contributions SAIT is making to the community with the significant financial support by individuals and organizations.
A summary of the impact donor support for the Trades and Technology Complex has had on the transformation of SAIT campus.
Campus Plan 2015
For nearly a century, SAIT and its physical campus have developed with the economy - growing in scope and scale to give employers the skilled workforce they need, when they need it - fostering innovation, and helping students achieve their dreams.
SAIT's reputation has been built not only on expertise, dedication and talent, but also on the Institution's commitment to SAIT’s core values and ethics. Every day, in every interaction, with students, colleagues, donors and supporters, alumni, business and industry partners, and the public, SAIT builds and reinforces its good reputation by living strong cultural values and principles. View more on SAIT's code of ethics, Ethics First.
- SAIT Polytechnic