Academic and Institute Regulations

Academic Regulations

The descriptions below are a synopsis of the referenced SAIT policies and procedures which are available through sait.ca and in the SAIT Library [378.712.338]. Please refer to the full policy and procedure when dealing with specific situations.

Academic Misconduct

SAIT Polytechnic is committed to academic integrity, which is based on five fundamental values honoured by faculty members and students: honesty, responsibility, trust, fairness and respect. Reasonable measures are taken to inform students of the standards of academic honesty. All members of the SAIT community share the responsibility and authority to address acts of academic misconduct.

Academic misconduct is the commission or attempted commission of any action which falsely indicates the student's level of academic achievement. This includes, but is not limited to, acts of plagiarism and cheating.

Plagiarism occurs in situations where a student presents the work that has been done in part or in whole by another person as the student's own work; presents the words, ideas, images or data of another person as the student's own without reference to the original author or original source; presents work done for another course or program at SAIT or elsewhere without the instructor's knowledge or prior approval; or presents work that in any way compromises the integrity of the evaluation process.

Cheating occurs in situations where a student uses unauthorized materials in examinations or other evaluations; communicates with other persons during an examination or other evaluation; falsifies data or documents; views other students' work during an examination or other evaluation; or commits acts that in any way compromise the integrity of the evaluation process.

Any student who assists another student in the commission or attempted commission of academic dishonesty is also guilty of academic misconduct.

Consequences of academic misconduct depend on whether it is a first, second, or third academic misconduct offence. For a first offence, the student will receive a zero (0) grade for the assignment/exam.

For a second offence, the student will receive a zero [fail] grade for the course and a one-year suspension from the Institute. For a third offence, the student will receive a zero [fail] grade for the course and a permanent expulsion from the Institute. A student who is guilty of academic misconduct will have the Letter(s) of Offence remain on his/her file for a period of seven (7) years. A student who is expelled from SAIT as a result of academic misconduct will have this indicated indefinitely on his/her permanent record [transcript].

Non-Academic Misconduct

Non-Academic Misconduct behaviour that is subject to disciplinary action under this procedure includes violations of established civil and criminal laws, conduct that threatens the safety or well-being of members of the SAIT community, and/or any behaviour that adversely affects SAIT or its educational mission.

Acts of Non-Academic Misconduct include:

  1. Intentionally or negligently disrupting any SAIT activity or SAITPolytechnic sponsored activity, particularly learning activities.
  2. Use of force or threat of force against any person or his/her property.
  3. Sexual assault.
  4. Intentionally or negligently endangering the well-being or safety of self or others.
  5. Harassment in any form (spoken, written, graphical, etc.).
  6. Discrimination (including discrimination on the basis of place of origin, race, colour, religion, or gender).
  7. Unauthorized entry into SAIT facilities.
  8. Unauthorized use of or misuse of SAIT property, including computers and data and voice communications networks (see policy/procedure AC.2.7.1 Information Services User Code).
  9. Use, possession or storage of a weapon or dangerous substance (including but not limited to chemicals, fireworks, flammable gas or explosives) on SAIT premises, whether or not a license has been issued to the possessor.
  10. Illegal possession or distribution of alcohol, narcotics or other mind-altering drugs on SAIT property or among members of the SAIT community.
  11. Being under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or drugs that interrupt the normal business of SAIT.
  12. Theft of SAIT services or property, or failure to speak up concerning information about such theft.
  13. Possession of stolen property.
  14. Intentional or careless damage to SAIT property or the property of others.
  15. Violation by a student of any ethical codes governing the related profession, particularly during clinical courses, practicums, or directed field studies.
  16. Violations of civil or criminal statutes or applicable laws, court orders or orders of any administrative tribunals having jurisdiction.
  17. Willful failure or refusal to appear before any designated SAIT official(s) and/or failure to comply with directives from SAIT officials.
  18. Violating the terms of this Student Code of Conduct.
  19. Disorderly conduct on SAIT premises or at SAIT activities.

Consequences

Consequences for Non-Academic Misconduct fall into two categories: minor consequences and major consequences. Minor consequences include warning/admonition, community service, restitution, probation, restriction of privileges, and notation. Major consequences include suspension and expulsion. Consequences are defined in more detail in SAIT Polytechnic's AC.3.4.1 Student Code of Conduct procedure, Appendix B.

Factors that SAIT may consider when choosing an appropriate consequence include, but are not limited to, whether there has been a previous finding of academic or non-academic misconduct with respect to the student; the severity of the misconduct; multiple allegations of misconduct; personal circumstances of the student; and court decisions related to the same case.

Either a major or minor consequence may be appropriate if there has been a previous finding of misconduct or if there are currently multiple allegations of misconduct, depending on the factors set out above and other relevant circumstances. A major consequence is most often appropriate where the misconduct is grievous or repeated and, in particular, in cases of physical or sexual aggression.

Any attempt to commit Non-Academic Misconduct will bear the same consequence as if the act occurred. A student who assists another student in an act or an attempted act of Non-Academic Misconduct will also be considered to have committed an offence.

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

SAIT Polytechnic is committed to providing a learning environment that supports students with disabilities and to ensuring that these students have equal opportunities at SAIT. SAIT upholds and implements the principle that students with disabilities must be reasonably accommodated, provided such accommodation does not cause undue hardship to SAIT. Accessibility Services, instructors and academic chairs will work with students to provide the reasonable accommodations requested in an accommodation plan.

Students with disabilities are expected to pursue their studies with the same diligence required of all SAIT students and to accept responsibility for their role in successfully completing courses/programs. Students should identify their specific needs to Accessibility Services prior to or at the start of their program of studies, or as soon thereafter as possible, if they wish to identify themselves as a person with a accessibility and to request a reasonable accommodation for such accessibility.

Students should be aware that they need to give sufficient notice, as determined by Accessibility Services' procedures, to allow SAIT to arrange any necessary reasonable accommodation(s) for the accessibility. Students will also be required to provide relevant and current documentation to Accessibility Services, in order to determine eligibility for reasonable accommodations and services.

Attendance

Attendance in all scheduled activities of every course is expected. Students must comply with the requirements set by their school and communicated through the course outlines and/or program guidelines. Consequences for not adhering to attendance requirements are determined and applied according to program and school guidelines.

Student Achievement

Evaluation Methods - A student's final standing is determined by academic progress throughout the term and the entire year, taking into consideration classroom tests and examinations, laboratory work, essays, reports and projects, classroom participation, and/or workplace experimental learning. The course outline is the approved document that identifies the learning outcomes and student evaluation methods of a course.

Grading System

A student's grade in each course shall be denoted by a letter grade as follows:

Letter Grade Grade Points Description
A+ 4.0
A 4.0
A- 3.7
B+ 3.3
B 3.0
B- 2.7
C+ 2.3
C 2.0
C- 1.7
D+ 1.3
D 1.0 Minimal Pass
F 0.0

Progression and graduation: the semester program and cumulative Grade Point Average required for progression and graduation is 2.0. Other grades not used in calculating the Grade Point Average (GPA) include:

AEG Aegrotat Standing

May be granted to a student who through serious illness or exceptional circumstances cannot complete the final evaluation, and where a supplemental evaluation or course deficiency remedy is not possible. The dean or designate must approve this grade.

ATT Attended/FA Failed to Attend

Assigned to a student who is registered in a course for which no formal evaluation of the student’s performance is provided, other than the student’s attendance or failure to attend that course.

AUD Audit

Assigned to a student who is registered in a course for which no formal evaluation of the student’s performance is provided. The student will pay tuition for this course, but will not receive a mark in or credits for the course. The academic chair must approve a student’s registration in the course.

CR Credit Rating

Assigned to a student who has received recognition of his/her prior learning based on transfer credit or based on work experience, in accordance with AC.3.18 Recognition of Prior Learning policy and its three accompanying procedures.

I Incomplete

Assigned to a student who has been granted an extension, under extenuating circumstances to complete a course. The “I” grade is not a substitute for an “F” grade. The “I” grade must be cleared within 8 weeks from the end of the course or it reverts to “F.” If the course is a pre-requisite course, the Academic Chair must approve the student’s registration in the subsequent course(s).

P Pass / NP No Pass

Student performance indicated by either “P” pass or “NP” no pass.

W Withdrawal

Assigned to a student who officially withdraws from a course or program.

To be assigned a “W” grade in a course, a student must withdraw from that course prior to completing 70 per cent of that course.

To be assigned a “W” grade in a program, a student must withdraw from that program prior to completing 70 per cent of the program semester.

Grade Point Average (GPA)

Grade Point Average (GPA) is the measure of a student's SAIT academic achievement in credit courses. It can be calculated in three ways.

  1. Semester Program Grade Point Average (PGPA) is the weighted overall grade point average for all the courses that a student has completed in a particular semester and that are part of the program in which he/she is registered.
  2. Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) is the weighted overall grade point average for all of the courses that a student has completed in a particular semester, regardless of whether or not those courses are part of the program in which he/she is registered.
  3. Cumulative Program Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the overall cumulative weighted grade point average for all those courses that the student has completed and that are part of the program in which he/she is registered.

Each course shall carry a course credit determined by the dean or designate of the school offering the program and which shall be published in the calendar.

The grade point averages are calculated as follows:

  • Multiplying the grade point achieved by the credit value for that course, excluding P, NP, I, W, CR, AUD, ATT, FA and AEG grades
  • Totaling the grade points from the bullet above
  • Dividing the total above by the total of the course credit values

Note: Failures "F" will appear on the student's transcript and are used in the calculation of grade point averages as appropriate. In the case of subsequent repeat attempts of a failed course, both the original F grade and the new grades will be calculated in the student's Semester Program Grade Point Average (PGPA), but only the higher grade will be calculated in the student's Cumulative Program Grade Point Average (CPGA) in a subsequent semester. However, when a deficiency is remedied, the new grade will replace the original F grade and shall be calculated into the GPA for the academic semester in which the deficiency occurred.

Sample Calculation: Course Grade Points X Credits = Grade Points

Course Grade Course Grade Points Credits Grade Points
BCPT-240 B 3.00 1.50 4.50
COMM-238 C 2.00 3.00 6.00
COMP-220 F 0.00 3.00 0.00
MATH-235 A 3.67 3.00 11.01
MCMT-230 D 1.00 3.00 3.00
Totals N/A N/A 13.50 24.51

 

Total Grade Points 24.51
GPA  = -------------------------  = ----------------  = 1.81
Total Credit 13.50

Final Grades

Instructors shall submit final grades to the Registrar's Office/Student Services by end of the third business day following the end of the course. Students can access their term marks and unofficial transcripts through mySAIT at any time.

Apprentice marks may only be obtained from the Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Board. Download the "Transcript Request Application Form" at Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training.

Progression

Students must attain a PGPA and/or a CGPA of 2.0 or better in each semester and pass the necessary prerequisite courses to progress through the program. To qualify for graduation, students must pass all courses, attain a CGPA of 2.0 or better and complete course requirements within the prescribed timelines.

Academic Probation/Academic Withdrawal

A student who fails to achieve the specified minimum semester program grade point average (PGPA) or cumulative program grade point average (CGPA) at the end of a semester will be placed on Academic Probation (AP). The Registrar's Office will advise the student to meet with his/her academic chair to develop strategies to improve academic standing and to determine course eligibility.

A student will remain on Academic Probation if one of either the specified PGPA or CGPA is not met for a second time. If both the PGPA and CGPA are not met for a second time, the student will be academically withdrawn from his/her program.

The consequences of academic withdrawal include the student being dropped from any subsequent courses in which he/she is registered in the next term and being ineligible for student loan funding. An academically withdrawn student may apply to other SAIT programs without a waiting period, but must wait 12 months before returning to the program from which he/she was academically withdrawn. During this waiting period, a student cannot take any course that is part of the program from which he/she was withdrawn. An academically withdrawn student who wishes to return to the program should meet with his/her academic chair to determine if there are changes to graduation requirements.

A student who returns to his/her program after having been academically withdrawn will return on academic probation. If the student fails to achieve the minimum PGPA for a third time, he/she will be permanently withdrawn from the program.

Academic probation and academic withdrawals are permanently noted on the student's official transcript.

Note: A student is granted only two attempts to successfully complete each course - the initial registration and one repeat. A withdrawal from a course is not considered an attempt. The academic chair of the school responsible for delivering the course may, in special circumstances, approve the student's registration in a course for a third attempt. The dean of the school responsible for delivering the course may, in extreme circumstances, approve the student's registration in a course for a fourth attempt. If the student fails all attempts in the course, a SAIT credential shall not be issued. It is important to students to note that registration in a course for a second or subsequent time is subject to space availability in that course.

Graduation Requirement

A student must achieve the required 2.0 Cumulative Program Grade Point Average in order to graduate.

Transcript of Marks

A transcript is a complete and unabridged academic record of achievement at SAIT.

Students who attended classes at SAIT after 1995 have the option to order their official transcript through mySAIT.ca. Simply login, click on the myStudent tab, then select Student Records.

Students who attended classes at SAIT before 1995, must complete a Transcript Request Form and forward it to Student Services .

Each transcript costs $10 (subject to change).

Students sending transcripts from SAIT to an Alberta post-secondary school should request the transcript through ApplyAlberta. The transcript will be issued free of charge to any participating Alberta post-secondary schools (see ApplyAlberta for a list of participating institutions).

Student records are confidential; therefore, transcripts will only be issued on the student's written authority.

Grade Appeal (Final Grades Only)

Informal Appeals: Informal appeals must be made to the instructor concerned first. If a student is not satisfied with the outcome, he/she may continue the informal appeal to the academic chair or equivalent, before proceeding with a formal grade appeal to the dean.

Formal Appeals: If a student is not satisfied with the outcome of the informal appeal, he/she may request that the dean of the school offering the course review the grade through a formal appeal.

Formal appeals must be submitted in writing to the Registrar/Director, Student Services Department within 30 calendar days of the end of the course (or in the case of apprenticeship, within 10 days after receipt of marks) and be accompanied by a $100* fee for each grade appealed. The fee covers all levels of appeal and is refundable if the appeal is awarded in favour of the appellant.

*Fee subject to change

The initial formal appeal must state: the student ID number, program, course code and title, the grade being appealed and the rationale for the appeal. Forms are available from Student Services. The basis for re-evaluation shall be the same work used to determine the original grade whenever possible. In those cases where the nature of the work, such as workplace experiential learning, laboratory, or other performance work, precludes its availability, the basis for re-evaluation shall be decided by the academic chair, in consultation with the student and the instructor.

Decisions on appeals shall be rendered within ten business days of the Office of the Registrar notifying the dean and academic chair of the appeal. The decision may be: 1) no change to the grade; 2) a higher grade; or 3) a lower grade. The dean's decision is final and binding.

Students who accept the method to remedy a course deficiency pursuant to AC.3.2.1: Course Deficiencies procedure are not eligible to appeal the original grade.

Remedy a Course Deficiency

Students are eligible to remedy a course deficiency where:

  • the deficient grade is within 5 per cent of the passing grade; and
  • the failure is not due to academic misconduct.
  • the course is one for which a course deficiency remedy is available, as determined by the school delivering that course.

Students must apply to their academic school using the Remedy (Clearance) of Deficiency form.

The academic chair shall determine the method of remedying the deficiency. The method may include:

  • successful completion of a special assignment, or
  • successful writing of a supplemental examination.

A student wishing to remedy a course deficiency shall apply to his/her academic chair or coordinator within 30 calendar days of the end of the course. The remedy must be completed within ten business days of the academic chair or coordinator having authorized the student to attempt the clearance of deficiency. Students are encouraged to attend classes in the subsequent course pending the outcome of the remedy.

The maximum grade that can be achieved is a "D" or a "P" grade, or the minimum passing grade for the course. This grade will replace the "F" or "NP" grade and shall be calculated into the PGPA for the academic term in which the deficiency occurred.

Students who accept the method to remedy a course deficiency are not eligible to appeal the original grade. Students wishing to achieve a grade higher than a "D" or the minimum passing grade for the course must re-take the course. A student's registration in a course for a second or subsequent time is subject to space availability in that course. In this case, the transcript will indicate both the original grade and the new course grade achieved.

Upgrading Marks

Students wishing to upgrade a passing mark must re-register for the course. The transcript will indicate both the original grade and the new grade achieved.

Program Transfer

An enrolled student may be permitted to transfer from one program to another if:

  • the student is a qualified applicant and satisfies the admission and selection criteria of the new program; and,
  • there are seats available in the program; and,
  • both deans involved in the transfer approve it; and,
  • the transfer occurs prior to the end of the add/drop period; and,
  • the student pays the transfer fee; and,
  • the student pays any difference in tuition fees arising from the transfer.

Transfer of Major

An enrolled student may be permitted to transfer majors within a program of study, without reapplying, using such procedures outlined by the school. Transfer of a major is subject to the student meeting course pre-requisites and available seats.

Add and Drop

(The drop and add dates for a program are based on the term length)

Term length Add/Drop period
13 or more weeks Two (2) weeks from program term start date
8-12 weeks One (1) week from program term start date
2-7 weeks Two (2) days from program term start date
Less than 2 weeks There is no Add/Drop period

Visit Start and End Dates - 2014/15 for program-specific dates.

Withdrawls

Deadline

The withdrawal deadline for a course or program is prior to 70 per cent of the course or program's duration. A student who withdraws from a course after the withdrawal deadline will receive an "F" grade which will be determined and reported to Student Services by the course school by the end of the second business day following the last day of the academic term.

Withdrawal from a Course

A student who wishes to withdraw from an individual course must:

  • Notify Student Services Department prior to the Withdrawal Deadline (as outlined above) of the term to receive a grade of "W".

Note: Course withdrawals occurring past the official add/drop period will not be eligible for a refund. Unofficial withdrawals (no notification of withdrawal submitted to Student Services by the deadline) will result in ‘F' grades.

Withdrawal from the Program

A student who wishes to withdraw from the program must:

  • obtain and complete a Program Withdrawal Form; and,
  • submit the completed form to the Student Services Department prior to the Withdrawal Deadline (as outlined above) of the term to receive "W" grades.

Note: A student who withdraws from the program without notifying Student Services in writing will not be eligible for any applicable refund of fees, and will be responsible for any fees owing or outstanding. The student's permanent record will show a "Fail" in all courses in which the student was registered.

Graduation Ceremony

Students are required to register for Graduation before the specified deadline date. Manual registration and online registration processes will be available.

Credit Requirements for Graduation:

Students must successfully complete all required courses to graduate. All course requirements must be completed within seven (7) years for a diploma,  applied degree or baccalaureate, or within five (5) years for a certificate program.

If a student does not complete the graduation requirements within the graduation timelines, he/she should meet with the academic chair/coordinator to discuss options for completion.

Note: If the final attempt of a course results in failure, the student may continue in other courses; however, a SAIT credential will not be issued.

Grade Point Average Requirements:

Students must achieve the required CGPA of 2.0 in order to graduate.

Residency Requirements:

Students may use up to a maximum of 50 per cent transfer credit towards a SAIT credential. Transfer credit includes any SAIT course previously used to obtain another SAIT credential.

Graduation Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

Policy AC.3.18 Recognition of Prior Learning and its accompanying three procedures provide the guidelines for students to obtain credit based on previous learning, successful completion of a challenge exam, or previous informal and non-formal learning. Generally, the guidelines include compliance with the residency requirement, an 80 per cent content match with the SAIT course outline, a minimum grade of 65 per cent, and completion of credit courses within the last five years.

Honours Designation

For a student to be awarded an Honours designation on a SAIT parchment, the following conditions must be met:

  • the student has a cumulative program grade point average of 3.7; and,
  • the student passed all courses on the first attempt; and,
  • the student has completed the graduation requirements of the program within the specified time restriction (five years for a certificate and seven years for a diploma or applied degree or baccalaureate); and,
  • the student has met the residency requirement and used a maximum of 50 per cent transfer credit towards a SAIT credential; transfer credit does not include any SAIT course previously used to obtain another SAIT credential; and,
  • the program in which the student is enrolled is approved by the Alberta government.

Transfer to Other Post-Secondary Institutions

A transfer option is the opportunity to use a credential earned at one institution for credit towards the completion of an advanced credential at another institution (e.g., a certificate towards a diploma, a diploma towards a degree, an applied degree towards an additional undergraduate or graduate degree, or a baccalaureate degree towards a master’s degree).

A SAIT credential may be used as an admission requirement to an advanced program, or it may be used to meet curriculum requirements so that the student does not need to duplicate coursework: how it is used depends on the receiving institution.

To support this, articulation agreements are developed between two institutions (a sender and a receiver) that specify how the sending institution’s course or program will be accepted for (transfer or advanced) credit at the receiving institution.

Information about these agreements is posted on the SAIT Transfer Options website and is updated regularly along with messages on SAITView, a SAIT Transfer Options Facebook page, and Twitter. A Transfer Options Fair is held annually in November where representatives from different universities across Canada and other countries come to SAIT to meet with students and faculty about degree completion opportunities.

Students must also be aware that they must meet the admission requirements of the receiving institution as well as the program requirements even though they have graduated from SAIT.

Contact Us!

For additional information, contact SAIT Transfer Options.

Institute Regulations

The descriptions below are a synopsis of the referenced SAIT policies and procedures which are available through sait.ca and in the SAIT Library [378.712.338]. Refer to the full policy and procedure when dealing with specific situations.

Student Code of Conduct

Students are responsible for conducting themselves appropriately and in the best interests of the Institute. They are expected to apply themselves to their studies and are required to conform to the Institute's policies, rules and regulations.

Disruptive Conduct

Students are required to conduct themselves in a manner that does not interfere with the legitimate academic and/or business activities of the Institute. This does not diminish the student’s assured rights as stated in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In particular, disruption of scholarly activities by abusive or threatening language or gestures, or physical interference with another person or their property may result in the immediate removal of the student from the class or activity and subsequent disciplinary action.

Rights

Students at SAIT Polytechnic can expect the following rights to be upheld:

Responsibilities

SAIT Polytechnic maintains that students have individual and group responsibility for:

  • staying informed of and respecting SAIT policies and procedures and the exercise by SAIT of its legitimate authority;
  • taking full advantage of the education, training and services that SAIT offers;
  • maintaining academic integrity; work submitted for evaluation must be the student’s own. Any material or ideas incorporated from other sources must be clearly identified and used sparingly.
  • contributing to a working and learning environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and physical or psychological abuse;
  • respecting the property of SAIT and members of the SAIT community;
  • complying with applicable laws.

In cases of misconduct, SAIT may take disciplinary measures including warning, community service, restitution, probation, restriction of privileges, notation, suspension, expulsion or legal action. Where disciplinary actions arise, students have a right of appeal as described in the procedure.

Harassment and Discrimination Confidential Hotline

The Board of Governors of SAIT and the President’s Standing Committee on Discrimination wish to ensure that students and employees of the Institute are treated as equal in dignity and rights and without discrimination. You have the right to study and work in an environment that is free from harassment and discrimination. You also have the responsibility not to harass any member of the SAIT community, including students, instructors and staff.

Discrimination on the grounds of race, religious beliefs, colour, gender, age, physical disability, mental disability, ancestry, place of origin, marital status, source of income, family status or sexual orientation constitutes a violation of SAIT’s discrimination policy.

Harassment, a form of discrimination, is behaviour that disparages, humiliates or harms anyone on any of these grounds. Harassment may be verbal or non-verbal behaviour, occurring as one isolated event or as a series of events.

Sexual harassment is unwanted, unwarranted or inappropriate sexualizing of interaction, with intent and/or effect to demean, coerce or abuse someone. It can include behaviour such as: sexualizing physical contact; making suggestive remarks or other verbal abuse; making degrading gestures or leering at a person’s body; making degrading remarks toward a gender or a sexual preference group; demanding sexual favors; or extending compromising invitations.

If you think you are experiencing harassment or discrimination, contact the Discrimination Hotline at 403.210.4406 and arrange to speak with one of SAIT’s specially appointed representatives.

Injury to Persons/Damage to Property

Students are required to comply with safety measures identified by the Institute. Injury, damage or misappropriation of SAIT’s property, or threats (written or verbal) of injury, damage or misappropriation to another person or his/her property may result in disciplinary action.

Liquor, Tobacco and Drugs

Disciplinary action will be taken in the following cases: students violating policy on the consumption and service of alcohol; students failing to comply with designated non-smoking areas; and/or students using or distributing illegal drugs.

Acceptable Use of SAIT's Computer System

All members of the SAIT community who have occasion to use any of the information services of the Institute, including all students, staff (full-time, part-time, contract and wages) and members of the general public are subject to the Information Services User Code procedure.

The descriptions below are a synopsis of the referenced SAIT policies and procedures which are available through sait.ca and in the SAIT Library [378.712.338]. Please refer to the full policy and procedure when dealing with specific situations.