It's gonna be a great year at SAIT
We’re so glad you’re here! There's a lot to remember when you start at SAIT — or when you head back to campus — but we’ve got you covered with this quick reference guide.
Do you need to make adjustments to your courses? Learn how to add/drop classes.
Log in and power up — get useful tips on SAIT wi-fi, email, apps, access to Office 365, Adobe software and more.
In case you missed it, get important information about:
Got questions? Just ask! Find helpful volunteers at booths and around campus throughout the first week of classes.
Activate your learning
Set yourself up for success with a study plan — and don’t forget to make time for fun. SAIT’s Academic Coaching staff can help. Also, student success seminars kick off the first week of classes — drop by. Reminder: there’s free tutoring on campus too.
Find books (of course) and research help, group study rooms, quiet study space, computers, board games, graphic novels and special events at your Reg Erhardt Library.
Focus on well-being
Access non-urgent and urgent medical services at the Health Clinic on campus, including treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, routine physical exams, mental health support and more.
Chill, chat, spin, lift, squash and lots more at the Wellness Centre.
New this fall! Be a wellness warrior — if you have a master plan to promote mental health awareness, we can help with the money. Apply for funding by Oct. 15.
Having a healthy mind is a major factor in your success as a student, in your experience at SAIT, in the workplace and in life. Every student can thrive at SAIT — check out these mental health and well-being resources.
The SAITALERT app provides easy access to emergency information, evacuation instructions and more. Download it today.
Rather not walk alone? Safewalk volunteers escort students anywhere within a 10-block radius of SAIT — call 403.284.7233.
Studies show having a mentor improves GPA and increases confidence — sign up for a peer mentor to help you navigate campus life. Studies also show being a mentor increases academic performance, communication skills and personal growth — sign up to be a peer mentor.
Your education is built on everything you do while you're a student, both inside and outside the classroom. Check out co-curricular opportunities, get involved and get skills — skills you can include on your resumé.
Get out of here! Discover a learning experience like no other through Study Abroad — see the world while earning academic or co-curricular credit.
Chinook Lodge Indigenous Resource Centre officially opened Sept. 22, 2001, the 124 anniversary of the signing of Treaty 7. The name signifies a “warm, welcoming, home away from home.” Join the Lodge for cultural events throughout the year.
Pride at SAIT — SAIT is a diverse campus, committed to providing an inclusive place to work and study.
Meet your student association: SAITSA. Learn more about their mission to improve the student experience at every opportunity through school spirit, student support and advocacy.
Finally, stay connected
There are lots of great student resources at SAIT— the student life section is a great place to start and there are plenty of fun events on campus throughout the first few weeks of classes — join in!
Worried about missing out? Don’t be. Check out the event calendar to plan ahead and keep current with your SAITSA app, SAIT’s social channels and your student bulletin (hint: watch your SAIT email inbox) — you won’t miss a thing.