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Keep up to date with important announcements and news and get connected to the support and resources you need to make the most of your time here at SAIT.

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Upcoming dates and deadlines

  • Final exam week ⏱ | Dec. 12 - 16
  • End of fall term ⏱ | Friday, Dec. 16
  • Winter break - Institute closed ⏱ | Dec. 26 - Jan. 2
  • Deadline to apply to graduate for Winter 2023 conferral ⏱ | Saturday, Dec. 31
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📝 Start prepping for exam week

Feeling confident and prepared for an exam is one of the keys to academic success. Try these tips from SAIT's Academic Coaching team and Student Development and Counselling to help you feel ready to ace each test and ease exam anxiety.

🚧 Crosswalk signal

When using the covered CTrain pathway, make sure you activate the crosswalk signal before crossing the road to/from the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre. For your safety, stay alert and be aware of your surroundings at all times.


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✅ Provide feedback on your learning experience

Students in full-term courses that started at the beginning of the fall term will be sent a link to their SAIT email for the Student Feedback Questionnaire. Check out how to provide effective feedback to help improve course content and instruction. The deadline to provide feedback is Friday, Dec. 2.

What else you should know

SAIT.ca will be undergoing routine maintenance from 6:30 to 8:30 am on Thursday, Dec. 8. During this time, users may experience intermittent page load issues. Should this occur, students who rely on SAIT.ca’s interface for links to email, mySAIT and Brightspace (D2L), may experience broken links. Questions? Contact the ITS Service Desk.

  • Instructor Excellence Awards nominations are now open. Nominate an outstanding instructor in your school. 🏆
  • Don’t get caught unprepared in the snow. Check out tips for winterizing your vehicle from School of Transportation Instructor Matt Carpenter on Instagram. 🚗
  • Practicing mindfulness can help improve memory and reduce negative emotions. Make a moment mindful with these tips from SAIT’s Student Development and Counselling team. 🧘️

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