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SAIT Update 1.11.2021

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Welcome to Winter 2021

It's a new year and a new term #hereatSAIT!

🎇 Look back and look ahead as SAIT's Student Content Team reflects on some of the good things from 2020 and what they're looking forward to most this year.

✍️ From finding your groove to scheduling time for fun, take note of these tips to start strong and smooth out the semester from first-year Information Technology student Emily.

📚 As you kick off the new term, remember, there are lots of great student resources at SAIT — take advantage of supports.

📰 Worried about missing out? Don’t be. Check the event calendar to plan ahead and keep current with your Saitsa app, SAIT’s social channels and your student bulletin — you won’t miss a thing.


Reboot your online learning skills

Put your best digital foot forward

Whether you're attending online lectures, completing group work remotely or meeting with potential employers, it’s important to understand the do’s and don’ts of digital decorum.

Bring your A-game to live lectures

Look the part with a SAIT background for Teams and Zoom

Join your classes and virtual meetups just like you’re on campus — from a SAIT-styled office or the ever-popular parking garage! Download your favourite.


Nominations for the 2021 President’s Awards now open

Each year, SAIT President and CEO Dr. David Ross proudly recognizes students through two awards — the President’s Student Leadership Award and the President’s Medal.

Past winners include:

  • President's Student Leadership Award 2020 Beta Sigma Tau, SAIT’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) chapter, was recognized for leadership and community impact. 
  • President's Medal 2020 Saitsa President Ryan Morstad (BBAF ‘20) was recognized for student advocacy at SAIT and in the greater community. 
  • President's Medal 2020 Yatendra Solanki was recognized for his leadership and innovation in community building.

🏅 Nominate a fellow student or student group by Wednesday, Jan. 27.


My mind matters: Physical wellness

Invest in your mental well-being by learning about the eight dimensions of wellness.

What is physical wellness? Physical wellness is achieved by keeping your body in a healthy state — it's having the ability to carry out day-to-day activities without fatigue. Physical health is also linked to mental well-being. You can promote your own physical wellness through movement, sleep, nutrition and by being aware of your limits.

🦉 Find out what SAIT's student Outreach and Wellness Leaders (OWLs) are doing to promote their physical wellness.


On campus during COVID-19 reminders

If you're studying on campus, here are some helpful reminders to help keep classes on and COVID away from campus.

  • Don’t come to campus if you have any COVID-19 core symptoms, a close contact has COVID-19, you have COVID-19 or you’re being tested for COVID-19, or you’re in quarantine after travelling.
  • Read and complete the daily campus access form before you come to campus each day — and be honest.
  • Remember to use the designated building entrance. Don’t prop or hold open doors.
  • Wear a mask — inside, everywhere, all the time.
  • Follow the traffic flow signs — move in single file.
  • Maintain a physical distance of two meters from other people as much as possible.
  • Follow elevator etiquette and take the stairs if possible.
  • Be mindful of not wandering around buildings or lingering on campus after class.

Coming up in the calendar

Follow us on Instagram and check out the event calendar to stay connected to what's happening at SAIT.

📅  Success seminar: Activate your study skills | Wednesday, Jan. 13, noon – 1 pm and 3:30 – 5:30 pm

📅  Interfaith interface | Friday, Jan. 15, noon – 12:50 pm

📅  Virtual career conversation: Resumé writing | Tuesday, Jan. 19, 3 – 4 pm

📅  Communi-Tea | Tuesday, Jan. 19, 4 – 5 pm

📅  Writing workshop: Anti-procrastination for papers | Tuesday, Jan. 19, 4 – 5 pm

📑 Add/Drop period for most full-time programs | Monday, Jan. 11 – Friday, Jan. 22

Find more important dates for 2020/21.


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