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SAIT’s response
to COVID-19

The health and well-being of SAIT students, employees and guests is paramount. In alignment with direction from the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services, SAIT is restricting on-campus activities.

We’re making every effort to provide a safe working and learning environment at SAIT.

Even if you’re not on campus, you’re still part of the campus community — and support is still available.

Critical updates

Update: Friday, Feb. 26, 2021

Members of the SAIT on-campus community have confirmed cases of COVID-19.

One individual was last on campus Feb. 24 in the Aldred Centre.

One individual was last on campus Feb. 23 in the Senator Burns building.

The cases are not linked and can be considered as separate instances.

Find out more


See previous updates

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On campus

The safety of our SAIT community is important and it takes all of us to protect it.

Know the on-campus requirements and know the COVID-19 symptoms. If you display any symptoms — please stay home and don’t come to campus.


What you need to know about coming to campus

2020/21 information

Review frequently asked questions about 2020/21 program delivery.
Learn what to expect from online classes at SAIT and review strategies for making the most of your online experience.
Find COVID-19 updates and program delivery information for new and continuing international students.
What new students need to know ahead of their first day of classes at SAIT.

Support services, health and well-being

Your actions have impact. Do your part to keep classes on and COVID away from campus.
Student support services continue to be available remotely during on-campus restrictions in response to COVID-19.
Support is available to help you cope with stress and isolation during this time of uncertainty.
Information on international and SAIT-related travel

Better together, even when we're apart

They’re on the front lines, ready to lend a helping hand, raise spirits and bring forward innovative ideas to improve the lives of others.

SAIT graduate Britt Jones learned all about connecting with audiences while studying in the Radio, Television and Broadcast News program – but that connection found new meaning after launching 104.9 Virgin Radio’s Feed Your Friends.

Alumnus turns up the volume for local food banks

It’s the same but it’s different. That’s the way to describe Linda Olsen’s job as a Calgary Global News TV anchor during a worldwide pandemic.

Local anchor stays on the air to deliver essential COVID-19 news

SAIT instructors and alumni team up with members of local food scene to bring lunches to vulnerable youth

Recipe for a helping hand

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