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Transcripts and Supporting Documents
How to submit educational documents and anticipated final grades
If you already have scanned copies of your transcripts and other relevant educational documents or want to submit anticipated final grades, you can submit them using the following steps:
- Log in to mySAIT.
- Click on the MyApplications tab at the top of the page.
- Choose the Document Submissions link on the left of the page.
- Complete the form and attach any relevant documents required for admission.
- Select the Anticipated Final Grades Form.
- Complete the form.
- Return to the main document submission page.
- Click Submit
- If successful, you will be taken to a confirmation page.
- You will be sent a confirmation email.
Transcripts from Alberta
- Request your transcripts through ApplyAlberta when you are completing your application to SAIT.
- Your transcripts will be sent to SAIT electronically and free of charge (from all Alberta high schools and participating in post-secondary schools).
Transcripts from Canada
Order your transcripts from the province or post-secondary institution where you went to school and have them sent to the Office of the Registrar.
You'll have the option to input your grades for relevant high school subjects when you are filling out the online application form . We'll use these marks for admission until your final transcript is received.
If you already have a copy of your transcripts you can submit them following these steps listed above.
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
Office of the Registrar
1301 - 16 Ave NW
Calgary, AB T2M 0L4
Transcripts from outside of Canada
- You'll require an international document assessment to ensure you've met the admission requirements for your program.
- Refer to our International Document Assessment section for more information.
Current high school or upgrading students
- When you apply to SAIT, you'll have the option to include final grades and anticipated final grades in the online application. If you haven't completed a course yet, enter your projected final grade instead. This information will be used for admission until we receive your final transcript verifying that you have achieved the grade you declared.
- If you did not enter your grades in the online application, you can submit Anticipated Final Grades by following the steps listed in the How to submit educational documents and anticipated final grades section above.
Anticipated final grades
If you're in high school, upgrading, waiting for your transcripts to be sent to SAIT, or waiting for the results of a document assessment, you can self-declare your anticipated final grades for any course you are currently enrolled in that is required for admission, including English proficiency classes or exams.
Your anticipated final grades are your best guess as to what grade you'll achieve in the course. You may be granted a conditional offer or placed in selection based on these grades.
If you were educated in Canada, you can include your anticipated final grades in the online application. If your transcripts are from outside of Canada — or if you forgot to include them when applying — you can enter them by following the steps listed in the 'How to submit educational documents and anticipated final grades' section above.
If you do not meet or exceed your anticipated final grades before the transcript deadline, your conditional offer may be withdrawn.
If you have been conditionally offered acceptance in a SAIT program, be sure to submit your final transcripts by the deadline to avoid being declined.
|Term||Final transcript deadline|
|Winter 2021||Dec. 1, 2020|
|Spring 2021||Apr. 1, 2021|
|Summer 2021||June 1, 2021|
|Fall 2021||Aug. 1, 2021|
If you're completing admission requirements where final grades do not meet the transcript deadlines, such as summer school, you can only be considered once final grades are available. Acceptance will be subject to space availability.
For more information about important dates and deadlines, please refer to Important Dates.