7 ways to get involved this year at SAIT
Get ready to start a new term at SAIT — take the time to get involved and get to know your community. There are a ton of supports and student life opportunities #HereAtSAIT. Find one (or lots) that best suits your style, and look forward to connecting this year.
Dive in to a big opportunity
Student Leadership Program
Develop your leadership style through the LEADS program. Take on a campus student leadership role and practice leadership fundamentals in a supportive, hands-on setting. There are six types of roles, apply today.
Expand your global perspective, and stay tuned for virtual or travel opportunities (when available). Gain skills through short-term or semester-long exchanges, program-specific tours or internships while earning credit towards your program. Interested? Check out the different types of study abroad opportunities or email email@example.com to register your interest.
The SAIT Students’ Association offers lots of opportunities to get involved, including: clubs, jobs, the Board of Directors and volunteer opportunities.
Expand your network
Program-specific clubs are a great opportunity to connect with your classmates and network with your industry before you graduate.
Pride at SAIT
Connect with the 2SLGBTQ+ community at SAIT, learn about campus initiatives and events, or join the Saitsa Pride Club or the Pride at SAIT Committee.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
PTK is the largest honour society in higher education and the SAIT chapter has more than 3,000 members. A grade point average (GPA) of 3.8 or higher at the completion of four semester-length courses is required to be eligible for PTK.
Black Empowerment and Excellence at SAIT
The Black Empowerment and Excellence at SAIT (BEES) committee is a voluntary group of Black students, employees and allies who work to support Black people on campus and combat anti-Black racism at SAIT.
Connect with someone 1:1
English Conversation Partners
Expand your global perspective while helping a classmate improve their English or practicing your own. Be an English conversation partner.
Whether you’re starting at SAIT and could use some advice from someone who’s done it all before or looking ahead to graduation and getting hired, being involved with peer mentorship can have a huge impact. Apply now as a mentee or a mentor with Peer Mentorship.
⏱ Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 9
🤝 Meet Victoria — a hospitality student and peer mentor #HereAtSAIT.
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Get together and play with SAIT’s eGaming league. Join with a group of classmates or as a free agent and get matched up for some friendly competition.
🤝 Meet Matt, one of the senior leaders in the league, then sign up!
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There are countless clubs at SAIT (or you can start your own)! If you’re looking to get out to the mountains this year, check out the Outdoor Adventure Club.
We’re under construction — Campus Centre Redevelopment
SAIT is in the initial phase of a multi-year project to redevelop our Campus Centre building.
The rest of Campus Centre is closed.
We look forward to the future of Campus Centre and all its possibilities for our community here at SAIT.
Learn more about the project on sait.ca — and stay tuned for updates.
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Reg Erhardt Library
There are all kinds of services at the Reg Erhardt Library, but here are two need-to-knows right now — you can book a study space for your group or check out a board game to play with new friends.
Make connections with other students adjusting to life in Canada and participate in lots of great activities at the International Centre — your first stop on campus as an international student.
Chinook Lodge Resource Centre
The Chinook Lodge Resource Centre is a place for Indigenous learners at SAIT to gather, connect with peers, access advising, get assistance with financial aid, speak with Elders and more.
The Interfaith Centre is a community hub on campus where inclusivity is standard, questions are always welcome, and the differences between people and cultures are explored and celebrated. Meet the volunteer chaplains, attend and Interfaith Interface on Friday, be a student leader or use the community space.