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Tracking your Application

Within a week of submitting your application, you will receive an email that will include your SAIT ID number and instructions on how to log in to mySAIT where you can monitor your application decision. Based on the transcripts and documents we receive, the application identified as your first preference will be evaluated and assigned a decision.

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Sign in to access your application status, register for courses and submit a payment.

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How to track your application

 Once you have successfully submitted your application, you can monitor the decision status. 

  1. Sign in to mySAIT with your given username and password.
  2. Once logged in, select on the myApplication from the top menu
  3. Click on your View My Application.
  4. You will be redirected to view the details of your application. Please review the below definitions to determine the decision of your application. In the application:

Please allow up to 10 business days for the application to be processed once we have all the required transcripts and documents. Please note, the processing time will vary based on application volume.

  1. Sign in to mySAIT with your given username and password.
  2. Once logged in, select on the myApplication from the top menu
  3. Click on your View My Application.
  4. You will be redirected to view the details of your application. Please review the below definitions to determine the decision of your application. In the application:

Please allow up to 10 business days for the application to be processed once we have all the required transcripts and documents. Please note, the processing time will vary based on application volume.

  1. Sign in to the Virtual Admission System (VAS) with your username and password. Your VAS username is the email address you used to create your VAS account.
    • If you have forgotten your VAS password, click on the Reset Password link and enter the email address that you used to create your VAS account. You will receive an email with your temporary passcode and rerouted to the password reset page. Enter your passcode and new password. Once it’s been verified, you will be brought back to the VAS log in page to log in with your username and new password.
  2. Once logged in, click on the Application menu, select View Application.
  3. Click on your application.
  4. In the application:
    • View Status: This is viewable once you go to Applications, View Application under the heading Program OR when you open your application, it is located under the program(s) you have applied for.

Please allow up to 10 business days for the application to be processed once we have all required transcripts and documents. Please note, processing time will vary based on application volume.

Application preferences

When you apply for more than one program in the same term/academic year, we will assign a preference based on the order in which each program was chosen. Review Apply to learn more about application preferences.

Admission requirement and transcript status

Effective for applications received on or after Oct. 6, 2021, you will be able to see the status of each transcript and admission requirement through your mySAIT account.

When you are reviewing your processed application, refer to the “Status” column of your application for information about a specific transcript, document or requirement.

This means you have applied for the Academic Upgrading or English Language Foundations program and/or are currently enrolled in the admission requirement through SAIT.

This means we have received sufficient evidence you are currently taking or plan to take the admission requirement through your high school.

This means we have received sufficient evidence you are currently taking or plan to take the admission requirement through an external post-secondary institution.

This means we have received sufficient evidence you are currently registered to complete an accepted admission test.

*Please note: Admission exams for Winter 2023 are suspended until further notice. Refer to testing services for further updates.

This means you have met a specific admission requirement based on the transcripts and documents you have submitted.

This means you have not met a specific admission requirement based on the transcripts and documents you have submitted. This will be updated when you provide proof you have completed the requirement or sufficient evidence you are currently taking or plan to take a required course. We offer two options to help you meet the missing requirement.

*Please note: Admission exams for Winter 2023 are suspended until further notice. Refer to testing services for further updates.

This means we have received a document, such as a transcript or sufficient evidence for the courses you are currently taking or are planning to take.

This means we have not received a document required for admission, such as a transcript or sufficient evidence for the courses you are currently taking or are planning to take. Review transcripts and supporting documents to learn how to submit one of the following.

  • Your official transcripts if you have already completed the requirement.

  • Sufficient evidence of courses you are currently taking or plan to take.

  • Proof of your SAIT education will appear on your student profile automatically.

Application status

After your application is evaluated, your decision will be updated to one of the statuses below. When you submit updated documentation or progress through the competitive entry selection process, your application decision will be updated. When reviewing your application status, please be aware of the following:

  • Decisions aren't final and your application will be re-evaluated as it progresses through the admission process.
  • We will only evaluate the application identified as your first preference — your preference is determined by the order in which you chose your preferred course of study.
  • All subsequent applications in the same term will only be evaluated if you’re waitlisted or declined for your first preference.
  • If you accept an offered seat all other applications will be cancelled.

Pending evaluation has a different meaning for international and domestic applicants.

Domestic applicants and International applicants for Winter 2023

This status is applied to applications for programs not identified as your first preference.

International applicants for Spring 2023

This status means we have received and are assessing documents confirming your international education. We will assign this to application for the following programs.

Please Provide sufficient evidence verifying you are currently enrolled or plan to complete a course required for admission. We will use this information for admission until we receive the results of your transcript/document evaluation.

Review Apply to learn if you're considered an international or domestic applicant.

Missing documents means we have not received the transcripts/documentation required for a decision to be assigned to your application. Review your application checklist to see the admission requirements needed for the program.

Waitlist means all available seats were offered or accepted for your chosen program in your chosen term before we could confirm you meet the admission requirements. Review waitlists for more details and the options available to you.

Declined – missing requirements means you have not met the minimum admission requirements for the program. If you submit additional transcripts and/or documents within the program's application period, your application will be re-evaluated.

*Please note: Admission exams for Winter 2023 are suspended until further notice. Refer to testing services for further updates.

Offered seat – Full Admission means you have been offered admission with no conditions to a program. Congratulations.

  • Confirm your seat by paying the tuition deposit through one of our accepted online payment methods.
  • Your tuition deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable and the money will be applied to your account and will go towards your first-semester tuition payment.
  • If you pay your tuition deposit and are offered a seat in another SAIT program, you can transfer the deposit if the program starts in the same academic year. Note: This is only valid prior to your original program start date.

Offered seat with Conditions means you have been offered admission pending successful completion of one or more admission requirements:

  • Refer to the application details in mySAIT to learn which requirements have yet to be met.
  • You will need to submit your final transcripts before the transcript deadline. Proof of your SAIT education will appear on your student profile automatically.
  • You must submit final transcripts/grades to show you have completed the courses and met the minimum admission requirements by the transcript deadline or your seat will be rescinded.

Note: If your tuition deposit is not received by the appropriate deadline, your offer will expire and the seat could be offered to an applicant on the waitlist.

Confirmed – Full Admission means that we've received your tuition deposit and your seat in the program is now confirmed.

Confirmed with Conditions means that we've received your tuition deposit and your seat in the program is now confirmed pending completion of one or more admission requirements.

  • Conditions will be removed if your final transcripts are received before the transcript deadline – your application status will be updated to confirmed – full admission. Proof of your SAIT education will appear on your student profile automatically.
  • Refer to the application details in mySAIT to learn which conditions you must meet.
  • You must submit final transcripts/grades to show you have completed the courses and met the minimum admission requirements by the transcript deadline or your seat will be rescinded.
  • You are unable to cancel an application through mySAIT once it is confirmed. Submit a new inquiry for assistance if your plans have changed. 

You can cancel your application through mySAIT for any reason as long as you have not accepted an offered seat. Contact the Office of the Registrar to cancel an application that is either Confirmed with conditions or Confirmed – Full Admission.

If you have applied for more than one program in a term, we will cancel the additional applications as soon as you have accepted an offered seat. When this happens, Not Evaluated will appear as the Reason for Cancellation.

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