Athletics - SAIT TROJANS
Many team sports are available: hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball, cross-country running. If competition is your thing, SAIT Trojans compete with others in provincial and national athletics associations.
Chinook Aboriginal Resource Centre
The Chinook Lodge Aboriginal Resource Centre is a space dedicated to serving the learning, training, and personal needs of Aboriginal students at SAIT. As part of the Centre for Academic Learner Services (CALS), the Lodge offers one-on-one support, academic advising and networking opportunities, while advocating cultural awareness through the extended community.
- N108, Senator Burns Building
SAIT has welcomed students from over 120 countries to its campus. To ensure their success, the International Centre provides services to these students as they attend SAIT.
- MA206, Heritage Hall Building
SAIT intramurals is another athletic alternative for students. SAIT students, staff and alumni are encouraged to take part in their favourite sport in a less demanding schedule than the varsity teams. Sports offered include dodgeball, ice hockey, floor hockey, basketball, soccer, and bowling. Play one or play them all!
- V127, Campus Centre
SAIT Students Association (SAITSA)
Being a student isn't only about hard work and good grades. Have fun and make friends by getting involved in your new student community. SAITSA offers support services, volunteer and student leadership opportunities, on-campus jobs, club membership, and entertainment like bands at the Gateway and Fun Day in the Stan Grad Atrium.
SAITSA produces three publications just for students: a student agenda and survival guide in your Orientation package, a yearbook (sign up early at firstname.lastname@example.org), and a student newspaper, the Weal.
- V219, Campus Centre
- SAIT Polytechnic