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Calendars and Student Publications
Business communications, engineering technology, health, hospitality, recreation, transportation, and academic upgrading.
The Academic Calendar outlines our full-time program offerings within an academic year.
Continuing and Distance Education Calendar 2017/18
SAIT Career and Program Guide (2018)
The SAIT Career and Program Guide offers a complete listing of academic day programs, admission requirements and apprenticeship training available at SAIT
2016 Employment Statistics
The 2016 Graduate Employment Statistics report details the results for SAIT's recent graduates (class of 2015/16) in finding employment and moving ahead in their careers. Results are reported by academic school and careers.
Student and Entrance Awards Guide 2016/17
The Student and Entrance Awards Guide 2016/2017 offers a detailed listing of awards, scholarships, and bursaries available to students.
International Student Guide
The International Student Guide is a comprehensive guide to the select services and support SAIT offers its international students to ensure their success!
Campus Recreation Guide
The Campus Recreation Guide contains information on rates for conference meeting rooms, swimming pools, arena, running track, the gymnasium, fitness centre, squash, racquetball and wallyball courts, and bowling alley.
SAIT Strategic Plan 2015 - 2020
|2015/16 SAIT Annual Report
For 100 years, we have been in the business of shaping the future. A SAIT applied education challenges students to think expansively about what is possible, to challenge the status quo and to push the boundaries of conventional thinking. This year our list of accomplishments is long — a small selection is profiled in our Annual Report.
|LINK - News for SAIT Alumni
LINK is published twice a year (fall and spring) by SAIT Alumni and Development as a service to SAIT alumni, donors, students, partners, faculty and staff. Alumni can choose how to receive LINK — either in the mail or electronically — by filling out a Reading Preferences form.
|Impact Report 2015/16: Celebrating Student Success
Every year our donors step up and provide critical support to our students. Whether it's through student awards, educational projects (such as our crowdfunding campaigns) or comprehensive student support through our I.G. Lewis Student Emergency Fund, our donors change lives for the better. SAIT students are proud to say thanks, share their stories and pay it forward.
|Trades and Technology Complex
A summary of the historic 740,000 square-foot expansion — a culmination of the passionate involvement of thousands of members of the extended SAIT family whose vision helped create a promising future for the coming generations of students.
|Campus Plan 2015
Since its founding as Canada's first publicly-funded technical institute in 1916, SAIT has become a leader in applied education, recognized around the world. 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 — through 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.
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