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Business Student Resources

Whether you've just been accepted into a program or are in your final year SAIT has multiple resources available to help you succeed in your program.

New to SAIT? Explore our programs and potential career paths, discover our campus and learning spaces and get all the information you need to apply and start shaping your future-proof career now.

Business Administration provincial pathways

Incoming transfer students might be eligible for the provincial Business Administration pathway if you have completed Business Administration coursework at Bow Valley College, Grande Prairie Regional College, Keyano College, Lakeland College, Lethbridge College, MacEwan University, Medicine Hat College, NAIT, Norquest College, Northern Lakes College, Olds College, Portage College, Red Deer College or Athabasca University in the last five years.

Please contact an academic advisor for more information.

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Tuition and financial aid

Although paying for your education can feel overwhelming, there are resources that can help, including financial advising, student loans, grants and scholarships. Ready to pay your tuition or deposit? Visit payment options to learn more.

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Office of the Registrar

When you have questions about programs, course registration, transfer options, ID cards, UPass, convocation or anything else related to the administrative side of your studies, the Office of the Registrar has the answers and they’re ready to help.

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Academic and technical support

Academic Coaching and Tutoring

Looking for support with a challenging course or want to find ways to improve your grades? As a SAIT student, you have access to academic coaches and tutors who can help sharpen your study skills, ease exam anxiety, and offer tutoring for a variety of subjects.

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services provides support to reduce learning barriers and promote the success of more than 1,500 students with disabilities and medical conditions in the SAIT community. Whether you're studying on or off-campus, we offer accommodations and services for SAIT students with chronic health conditions and mobility, sensory, learning, attentional, neurological, psychological and temporary disabilities.

Technical support and resources

Stay connected with technical support available to all SAIT students to assist with software requirements, email and logins, apps, accessing SAIT’s online learning tools and troubleshooting technical issues, whether they occur on-campus or at home.

Health and well-being

Student Development and Counselling

Are you dealing with unexpected concerns, looking for tools to reduce stress, or need someone to talk to? Counselling is free and available for all SAIT students. We also offer online wellness workshops and self-help tools.

Student health and dental plan

Curious about your health coverage? All domestic full-time students studying in the fall or winter semester in a regular day certificate, diploma or an applied degree program are automatically enrolled in the affordable student health and dental plan provided by SAIT’s Student Association (Saitsa). International SAIT students are covered by the Study Insured health and dental insurance plan.

Get involved

Meet new people, build your resume and make the most of your time at SAIT by getting involved. SAIT’s student association (Saitsa) is the hub to connect you to student events, clubs, jobs, volunteer opportunities, grants and support services.