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Orientation

Welcome to SAIT!

Winter orientation will be held Jan. 3 - 4, 2019

Orientation is your opportunity to explore our campus and connect before your studies begin. You'll learn important information about the program, meet your instructors and classmates, learn to find your way around SAIT and get organized. Orientation is the kickoff for First8, a series of events during your first eight weeks at SAIT to help you succeed.

Looking for info about textbooks, lockers, ID cards, UPass, laptops, parking and more? Find all the next steps you can do before your first day of class.

ORNT 118: Orientation

Your ORNT 118: Orientation course will be held on Friday, Jan. 4. Find the specific date, time and location of your ORNT 118 on your schedule, by logging in through mySAIT or on the Ellucian GO app.  

SAIT Orientation Schedule 2018

Program orientation

Check your schedule through mySAIT or on the Ellucian GO app to find the start time and location for your day at orientation. Meet your instructors, connect with fellow students, get information about your program, see your space and more.

Program-specific orientation requirements

Some programs have program orientation requirements — check to see if your program requires any additional pre-orientation tasks prior to your first day:

Free lunch 

Take a break and grab a free hot dog, chips and a beverage for lunch, available in the Irene Lewis Atrium, Stan Grad Centre.

Campus tours

Friday, Jan. 4
Macdonald Hall, Heritage Hall

Join us for a tour of your new campus — tours will be starting regularly throughout the afternoon. Discover the best places to eat, study, socialize and find support at SAIT. Your tour guide will point out key spots on campus, including the Lamb Learner Success Centre, the SAIT Students' Association (SAITSA) main office, the computer commons and more.

Mix and mingles

Get involved

Friday, Jan. 4
East study area, Stan Grad Centre

Get involved at SAIT outside the classroom — meet new people and add skills to your resumé — plus we have coffee! Check out our 60+ student clubs, join the Peer Mentorship Program, meet the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, find out how to add to your Co-Curricular Record and explore on-campus volunteer opportunities.

Indigenous students

Friday, Jan. 4
Chinook Lodge Resource Centre, Senator Burns building

Stop by Chinook Lodge to connect with SAIT's Indigenous community.  This is your chance to meet Chinook Lodge staff and find out about supports unique to Indigenous students. Grab a snack, meet fellow students, and learn more about clubs and other Lodge activities.

LGBTQ

Friday, Jan. 4
West study area, Stan Grad Centre

Pop into the LGBTQ mix and mingle. This is your chance to connect with members of SAIT’s LGBTQ community. Grab a snack, find out more about supports for LGBTQ students on campus and play some rainbow games — all students welcome!

Drop-in session: technical support

Get help to log in and get started online while you're at SAIT.

The following topics will be covered:

  • where to get technical support on campus (service desk locations)
  • how to connect your SAIT/personal device to wi-fi
  • how to download Office 365
  • how to add your SAIT email to your personal device
  • how to print on campus
  • how to log in to Brightspace

When and where

Friday, Jan. 4
Stan Grad Centre

ORNT 118 at Art Smith Aero Centre

An orientation specific to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Technology will be held at our Art Smith Aero Centre campus on your first day of classes. You'll learn more about your program, purchase your tools, and meet your instructors and classmates. 

International student orientation

In addition to ORNT 118: Orientation, international students are required to attend the International student orientation on Thursday, Jan. 3 in Macdonald Hall. This is your opportunity to connect with our staff from the International Centre and fellow international students, learn about key resources on campus that are available to support you throughout your studies and to get information specific to your status as an international student at SAIT. Watch your inbox for more details.

Getting to our main campus

Winter parking passes will go on sale in December and the UPass is valid from Jan. 1. Our main campus is in the inner city, so the CTrain stops right on campus (SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee Station) with many bus routes providing direct service to SAIT. Learn more about your transit and parking options.

Questions?

If you've got questions about orientation, please email orientation@sait.ca.

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