If you're interested in enrolling in a SAIT program, then we're here to help! We can provide information about admission requirements, selection criteria, funding, graduate employment statistics, housing, athletics, recreation, and other services. We have qualified staff available to assist in person, by phone or online.
In-person (AA211, second floor Heritage Hall)
Drop-in advising: to allow sufficient time for program advising we recommend you arrive before 3 pm.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:30 am to 4 pm
- Wednesday: 9 am to 4 pm
By phone (403.284.7248 or toll-free 1.877.284.7248)
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:30 am to 4:15 pm
- Wednesday: 9 am to 4:15 pm
Online advising - chat with an advisor
- Monday - Friday: 9 am to noon
Seven steps to prepare for program advising
Review our A - Z program list to find your area of interest.
Discover the resources available to narrow down the programs you're interested in. If you're unsure which career path is right for you, then SAIT offers Career Counselling Services (fee), or the Alberta Government hosts free services through the Alberta Supports Contact Centre: 1.800.661.3753 or visit the Alberta Learning Information Service.
Choose a maximum of two SAIT programs that you'd like to apply for.
Familiarize yourself with the admission requirements for your program of choice. If you took high school courses out-of-province, then view the course equivalency chart to ensure your courses are equivalent to Alberta's high school curriculum.
Review the How to Apply tutorial for details about the SAIT full-time program admission/application process.
If you are new to Canada, please refer to international document assessments to help you get started.
Looking into professional studies?
If you're interested in discovering what professional studies courses we offer, please visit our Centre for Continuing Education and Professional Studies.