With the health and safety of our attendees, students and employees top of mind, SAIT is following the Government of Alberta’s guidance specific to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please refer to the frequently asked questions at sait.ca/covid19 for the most up-to-date information about your studies, and for the latest details on SAIT's pandemic preparedness measures.
In-person services temporarily suspended
- Phone appointments are available Monday to Friday, 8 am – 4 pm.
- Contact 403.284.8082 or email@example.com to set up an appointment.
- If you're looking for feedback on a writing assignment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We've got you covered: Review a list of additional student supports available.
👉 Check this out: Online tutoring is available. Courses include: BMAT, MECH, MATH, STAT, BGIS, ACCT, EDDT, LIT and more. Register and attend through SAIT’s TuberEdu website.
👉 Check this out: Course tutorials for BMAT, MATH, STAT and ACCT are available online. Register and attend through SAIT's TuberEdu website.
Top up your knowledge tank, sharpen your skills or improve your understanding of a tricky concept by tapping into the expertise of a tutor.
Find a tutor
The following schedule runs Jan. 13 - Apr. 17, 2020. Email email@example.com for more information or drop by MC221, Stan Grad Centre. This schedule is subject to change.
*Tutoring for this course is also available online
Online tutoring is available for the following courses:
*Tutoring for this course is also available in-class.
Online drop-in sessions are hosted through SAIT's TuberEdu website. To get started, visit the website, click on "Start learning with TuberEdu," register via the form and submit. Once you log in as a student, you'll see a list of weekly scheduled drop-in sessions. Watch the video tutorial
The following schedule runs January 13, April 17, 2020. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or drop by MC221, Stan Grad Centre. This schedule is subject to change.
Check out free tutoring in the Reg Erhardt Library — get help with math, stats, physics and more. All students welcome. No registration required.
The following schedule runs January 13 - April 17, 2020. Email email@example.com for more information or drop by MC221, Stan Grad Centre. This schedule is subject to change. See the Reg Erhardt Library events calendar for more information.
Writing effectively and making presentations with confidence are two keys to a successful academic experience. To meet with a writing tutor for support with a written assignment, project or presentation, please book by visiting MC 221, calling 403.284.7050, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The tutor can:
Important note: Please remember to book your appointment well in advance of your assignment due date.
Request feedback on your writing assignments via email
Struggling with a writing assignment and prefer to submit your work online? Email your draft to email@example.com for feedback. Response times are typically 2 business days - however, during peak periods of the semester this may be longer, so please ensure that you submit your work early.
Please note: that this is not an editing service. However, we will review your work and provide you with feedback.
Your email must include:
Submit the Peer Tutor Request form to be matched with an available volunteer tutor in your subject area. All volunteer peer tutors have been screened to ensure they meet specific academic and professional requirements. Note: Tutors may not be available for every subject.
Volunteer peer tutoring is an approved Co-Curricular Record activity. Tutors are not available May – August.
Connect with a tutor through the SAIT Tutor Registry — a list of available peer and professional tutors who have been screened to ensure qualification in their field or subject area. Tutors on the registry set their own availability and hourly rates and will work with you directly to schedule sessions and arrange payments.
Note: SAIT does not employ tutors through this registry. SAIT does not require tutors to provide criminal record checks and cannot guarantee personal character. It is always recommended you meet your tutor in a public place.
Be a tutor
Use your knowledge and expertise to help a fellow student in need of tutoring support. You must have an 'A' grade or higher in the course(s) you wish to tutor. Volunteer peer tutoring is an approved Co-Curricular Record activity and an unpaid opportunity.
Volunteer peer tutors must:
Volunteer peer tutors will be matched with a peer requiring assistance based on demand.
Join the SAIT Tutor Registry as either a peer or professional tutor. As a tutor on the registry, you will set your own availability and hourly rates and be responsible for managing your own schedule and arranging payments.
Generally, tutors must:
Peer tutors for hire must provide a resumé and:
Professional tutors for hire must provide transcripts and a resumé and be either:
Preparation and refresher courses
MATH 123 is a free refresher course offering 18 hours of in-class instruction to boost your mathematical skills, remind you of the basics and get you ready for calculus. This course is geared towards students expecting to take MATH 237 or MATH 238 as part of their program.
Topics include a review of:
Take the pre-calculus self-diagnostic test to check your math skills. If you score less than 70% we recommend you take MATH 123.
Learn transferable skills and strategies such as time management, strategic learning, improving memory and effective note taking — you'll even learn about yourself through self-reflection exercises.
Connect with Academic Coaching to learn more about PREP 100, see current course offerings and to register.
This is a free study skills course just for apprentices, where you'll discover your learning style, develop memory techniques, learn effective ways to conquer your modules, get tips on how to write multiple choice tests and prepare for your apprenticeship exam.
Connect with Apprenticeship Training Preparation to learn more and register.
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