Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, today's SAIT has become a dynamic urban centre for applied education and applied research.
The SAIT family continues to brighten the futures of students #HereAtSAIT through the annual ShoutOut campaign.
Brittany MacDonald has always been passionate about three things: working in healthcare, hockey and fitness. At SAIT, MacDonald was able to pursue...
The Naomi Fujikawa Memorial Award honours the memory of a loving wife, mother and friend Naomi and supports student success.
Grace Chantiam left a positive impact on her colleagues at SAIT every day.
This year, SAIT employees can recognize someone who is helping make SAIT more inclusive by sending them an Inclusion Matters ShoutOut.
Through the ShoutOut program, employees at SAIT have the chance to celebrate their colleagues who go that extra mile to help get things done and do...
SAIT Family Campaign is back and it's just around the corner. This SAIT employee campaign brings financial relief to students and helps...
SAIT graduate and student award recpient Sarah Raddatz, shares why she focuses on opportunitities rather than obstacles.
Thanks to a recent commitment from our donor family, support for Indigenous education is set far into the future.
2021 Giving Day brought a welcomed excitement to the SAIT community as donors, alumni, students and employees came together (online) to bring on...
The Inclusion Matters priority fund will help to ensure the SAIT campus is a place where everyone feels welcomed, supported, included and empowered...
When it comes to making a difference in the success of SAIT students, every little bit has the potential to make a difference.
A recent donation from Ford allows students in the Ford ASSET program to hone their skills on the vehicles they will service after graduation.
SAIT grads Gursh Bal and Kai Fahrion are paying it back by setting up an award for SAIT students interested in a sustainable future.
Angela Flanagan is putting students first in her full-time role with SAIT’s Lamb Learner Success Centre.
2021 Student Leadership Award recipients bridge the gap between the classroom and the real world.
Since he arrived at SAIT four years ago, Rigel Raju has worked hard to build community, invest in others and achieve great things.
Meet our 2021 SAIT President's Medal and Student Leadership Award recipients.
New award honours Tindall's legacy and commitment to building future leaders in the protein industry.
SAIT Alumni for Alumni Bursary sees high demand to upskill #hereatSAIT.
New bursary created to celebrate 250,000 SAIT alumni and help them accelerate their careers.
In only 24 hours the SAIT community raises more than $130,000 for student success.
SAIT graduate Ted Gordyko (CT '72) shares why he supports student success at SAIT.
Shan Robertson from SAIT's Learner and Academic Services has seen how even the tiniest bit of help allows students to reach their potential.
Associate Director, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at SAIT John Partington shares the impact of donor support for fostering inclusivity at SAIT.
SAIT honours the memory of 2007 honorary degree recipient, industry leader and community builder.
Support from donors contributes $275,000 towards purchasing a new fleet of high fidelity manikins for SAIT’s School of Health and Public Safety.
From the do-gooder to the scholar, there’s an entrance award for just about everyone.
We asked, they answered
SAIT is ready for whatever the future holds
SAIT donor family shares Words of Wisdom to celebrate the Class of 2020.
Before COVID-19 Dylan Tolhurst was approaching his final semester and enjoying SAIT's campus community lifestyle.
For Lina Yepes, COVID-19 could not have come at a worse time — she lost her job, and shortly after was diagnosed with breast cancer.
More than 260 donors have provided over $130,000 to support SAIT students impacted by the pandemic.
Ryan Morstad has presided over some big events, but he wasn’t expecting to be in charge during a global crisis.
Over the past year, SAIT’s honour society pulled out all the stops to support Canada’s veterans.
Yatenra Solanki has made a big impact on the SAIT community since his arrival in 2018.
Support from SAIT family provides COVID-19 Emergency Fund for students facing financial difficulties.
The Alberta Deans Case Competition helps grad nab her first job in industry
SAIT has received the largest gift in its history from Calgary philanthropist, David Bissett.
SAIT community raises more than $215,000 for students in just 24 hours.
SAIT Giving Day donors have the opportunity to support student initiatives through a variety of priority funds including the SAIT Pride Award, the...
Support the SAIT Trojans golf team this Giving Day.
Fatima el-Kadri will lead SAIT's Student Calling team to raise awareness and critical funds for students on Giving Day.
Thanks to innovative programs at SAIT, youth have unique opportunities to find their passion.
Corus Entertainment establishes an endowment in support of SAIT broadcasting students.
Be a catalyst: spread the word, give and celebrate the power of generosity.
Calgary ophthalmologist shares good fortune with SAIT students in need of financial support.
Faith Mahoney first discovered SAIT Summer Camps in 2016 after being forced to evacuate her home in Fort McMurray.
SAIT Camps spark curiosity and confidence for thousands of campers every year.
Students from the Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit School, Montana, spend two weeks at SAIT Summer Camps
SAIT Distinguished Alumni and honorary degree recipient, Keith MacPhail has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
Ashley Funk never thought she would go back to school — until she discovered SAIT's Culinary Entrepreneurship program.
Carmen Cundy is graduating this spring from SAIT's Journalism program and recently received the David Pommer Excellence in Writing Award for...
More than 300 SAIT faculty and staff came out in support of the 2019 SAIT Family Campaign, raising a grand total of $110,000.
In honour of their 10-year friendship, three SAIT alumna create a student award to support women in the broadcasting and tourism industries.
SAIT President and CEO, Dr. David Ross presented the awards during the annual President's Dinner.
SAIT announces $950,000 to remove barriers and support the success of Métis students.
The Calgary Construction Association (CCA) has established the first endowed student award in honour of SAIT’s Centennial.
Brick by brick, more than 280 alumni are making their mark on campus — just in time for SAIT’s 100th birthday.
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