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Registration and Schedule

All SAIT students must register to secure their courses. If you’re a continuing student, self-registration may be a new process.

 

 Registration opens approximately eight weeks before each semester.

  • Registration opens in November for Winter (January-April)
  • Registration opens in March for Spring (May and June)
    • Registration is currently open for Spring 2022 and will open May 18 for Summer 2022.
  • Registration opens in May for Summer (July and August)
  • Registration opens in July for Fall (September-December)

Registration will open Tuesday, March 15 for Spring and Summer 2022. All students will receive an email from SAIT when registration opens.

Register before your tuition payment deadline and register early to secure a seat in your required courses. If you register for a course after the tuition payment deadline, your tuition will be due immediately.

When you register

To register, you’ll choose a block of courses or individual courses as applicable to your program through mySAIT.

The courses you can choose are based on your progress within your program. This means any previous course withdrawals could result in registration errors. You may also run into issues if courses are full. Please speak with your program advisor or academic chair if you have any questions about space or progression in your program.

You may encounter one or more errors when you try to choose your courses or block. If you receive one of the following errors or any other registration error and you’re unable to resolve it, speak with your program advisor or academic chair.

You may be told pre-requisites prevent you from registering in one or more courses. This means you're missing a course from a previous semester required to take a current course.

You could be told you're not registered in the co-requisite course. This means there is a corresponding course you also need to add. Your program advisor or academic chair can help you find the correct course.

You'll get a link error if you register in a course that requires a corresponding lab. Speak with your program advisor or academic chair to discuss availability for required labs.

There are times when a course may be reserved for a specific program or major. If this happens, you'll be told your field of study prevents you from registering.

This means you've selected two courses scheduled at the same time and you need to adjust your choice.

This means the course section you selected is full. You'll need to adjust your choice.

How to register

The way you register depends on your individual program.

Open registration

Some programs will require you to choose all your courses individually.

Follow these steps for open registration:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab
  3. Choose search and Register for Classes
  4. Click Register for Courses
  5. Choose the Spring 2022 term and continue
  6. Type the course code in the Course field and search
  7. Click add next to your preferred course offering
  8. You should see a green “Registered” next to your chosen course. Submit to save the changes.

Academic Upgrading
Accounting
Administrative Information Management (year 2 students)
Bachelor of Applied Business Administration 
Bachelor of Applied Business Administration (part-time)
Bachelor of Applied Technology Geographic Information Systems (part-time)
Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering (continuing students)
Bachelor of Business Administration (year 2 and up)
Business Administration (part-time)
Business Administration (full-time continuing students)
Business and Entrepreneurship
Community Economic Development
Data Analytics (part-time)
Information and Records Management
Land Analyst
Legal Assistant (year 2 students)
Library Information Technology (part-time)
Management and Leadership
Marketing
Medical Device Reprocessing Technician (part-time)
Open Studies
Petroleum Land Administration

Block registration

Most programs will require you to choose a block of courses. There are two kinds of block registration, adjustable block registration and fixed block registration.

Follow these steps for block registration:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab
  3. Choose search and Register for Classes
  4. Click Register for Courses
  5. Choose the Spring 2022 term and continue
  6. Select the Blocks tab
  7. Choose your preferred block and submit

Adjustable block registration

If you’re in one of the following programs, you’ll register in an adjustable block. Changes to individual courses within the block can be made online during the semester’s add/drop period.

Administrative Information Management (year 1 students)
Bachelor of Science Construction Project Management
Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering (continuing students)
Bachelor of Business Administration (year 1 students)
Business Administration (new students)
Civil Engineering Technology (daytime)
Cyber Security for Control Systems
Dental Assisting
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (new students)
Engineering Design and Drafting Technology
Hospitality and Tourism Management (continuing students)
Information Technology
Information Security Analyst (full-time)
Information Systems Security
Journalism
Legal Assistant (year 1 students)
Library Information Technology (full-time)
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Medical Laboratory Assistant
Medical Laboratory Technology (new students)
Medical Office Assistant and Unit Clerk (part-time)
Medical Radiologic Technology (year 1 students)
Nuclear Medicine Technology (new students)
Office Professional
Power and Process Operations
Welding Engineering Technology

Fixed block registration

Fixed block registration means you can switch between available blocks if there’s space. Your program advisor or academic chair will need to fill out a subject add/drop form for changes to individual courses.

If you're in one of the following programs, you'll register in a fixed block.

Advanced Care Paramedic
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology
Aircraft Structures Technician
Architectural Technologies 
Automotive Service Technology
Avionics Technology
Bachelor of Applied Technology Geographic Information Systems (full-time)
Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering (new students)
Bachelor of Hospitality Tourism Management
Baking and Pastry Arts
Business Administration Automotive Management
Business Intelligence Data Analysis and Reporting
Butchery and Charcuterie Management
Chemical Engineering Technology
Chemical Laboratory Technology
Civil Engineering Technology (evenings)
Culinary Arts
Data Analytics (full-time)
Database Administrator
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (continuing students)
Diesel Equipment Technician
Electrical Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology
Energy Asset Management
Environmental Technology
Film and Video Production
Geomatics Engineering Technology
Graphic Communications and Print Technologies
Healthcare Leadership
Hospitality and Tourism Management (new students)
Information Security Analyst (part-time)
Instrumentation Engineering Technology
Integrated Water Management
Machinist Technician
Medical Device Reprocessing Technician (both full-time and part-time)
Medical Radiologic Technology (continuing students)
Network Systems Specialist
New Media Production and Design
Non-Destructive Testing Foundations
Nuclear Medicine Technology (year 2 students)
Nutrition for Healthy Lifestyles
Object-Oriented Software Development
Ophthalmic and Optometric Assisting
Optician
Petroleum Engineering Technology
Pharmacy Assistant
Power Engineering Technology
Pre-employment Auto Body
Pre-employment Automotive Service Technician 
Pre-employment Cabinetmaker
Pre-employment Carpenter
Pre-employment Electrician
Pre-employment Industrial Mechanic
Pre-employment Mobile Crane
Pre-employment Pipetrades
Pre-employment Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Pre-employment Welding (part-time)
Primary Care Paramedic
Professional Cooking
Professional Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
Radio, Television and Broadcast News
Railway Conductor
Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant
Respiratory Therapy
Technology Infrastructure Analyst
Travel and Tourism
Water and Wastewater Treatment Operations
Web Developer
Welding Engineering Technology
Welding Technician

Frequently asked questions

This will depend on your program. If you're in a fixed block, you can only switch to a different block of courses if there is one available pending space.

This will usually happen if you're trying to register for a course before registration opens. If this occurs after the registration begins, contact the Office of the Registrar.

Contact your program advisor or academic chair to discuss your options if your chosen course is full.

We recommend you speak with your program advisor or academic chair before dropping any courses. If your program is an open registration or adjustable block registration program, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab
  3. Choose search and Register for Classes
  4. Click Register for Courses
  5. Choose Drop from the action field next to the course you want to drop and submit to save the change.

You're unable to drop a course in any of the following situations:

  • Your program doesn't allow you to make online changes
  • You're only registered in one credit course

Please speak with your program advisor or academic chair for more information.

This is assigned to courses for internal reporting purposes. Make sure to review the Spring/Summer 2022 program delivery to confirm if your classes will be online or blended.

Making sense of your schedule

Your schedule for each semester including class dates and times will be available through mySAIT or Ellucian GO after you register.

Course dates and times are subject to change. Check your schedule again before your first day of classes.

Viewing your schedule through mySAIT:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab
  3. Choose search and Register for Classes
  4. Click Register for Courses
  5. Choose the term for the schedule you wish to view and continue

Your schedule will appear in a grid format showing your classes for each day of the week – click the schedule details tab to see the exact date and time for each of your classes.

You can also view your schedule for an individual week by following the steps below:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab.
  3. Choose Student Profile.
  4. Click Week at a Glance located on the left hand side of the page.

Your classes for the current week will appear on screen. You can also jump to the next week or enter a specific date to see your future schedule. Be sure to check your schedule regularly so you don’t miss any classes.

This happens when multiple courses occur at the same time during different weeks. You can clarify the exact date and time for each class in a particular course by reviewing the schedule details tab.

A visual representation of these course delivery meet types can be found here.

Course delivery/meet type What it means

Online Asynchronous
(OA)

Courses are online but are not scheduled at a specific time (like a distance education course, students work on their own time). Students should consult Brightspace D2L for specific course completion dates and deadlines. 

Online Synchronous
(OS)

Courses (lectures usually) are fully online and scheduled at a specific time that the students are expected to attend.
Online Remote Access
(OR)
Courses are online and scheduled at a specific time and the students are required to attend and remotely log into the room listed.
Online/Face to Face
(OF)
Courses are scheduled for in-person delivery. We will deliver these courses in person in alignment with the Government of Alberta's staged reopening plan. If COVID-19 restrictions were to increase, we would follow government guidelines and move these courses online.
Class courses
(CLAS)
Courses (labs usually) are scheduled at a specific time and are delivered on campus in the room(s) listed.

Adding and dropping courses

The timeline to add and/or drop courses is based on your program and the number of weeks you're registered for a specific term. If your program term is less than 15 weeks or if you’re on practicum, you’ll have a shorter time period to add/drop courses.

Term length Add/drop deadline
13 or more weeks Second Friday from program term start date
8-12 weeks First Friday from program term start date
2-7 weeks Two days from program term start date
Less than two weeks There is no add/drop period

To find the add/drop dates for the current academic year, see important dates.

Add/drop online

If your program is open registration or includes adjustable blocks, you will be able to add and drop courses through your mySAIT account. Follow these steps:

  1. Log in to mySAIT
  2. Select the myStudent tab
  3. Choose Search and Register for Classes
  4. Click Register for Courses
  5. Choose "Drop" from the action field next to the course you want to drop and submit to save the change.

If you can't add/drop online due to a course restriction, contact your program advisor or academic chair.

Dropping individual courses during add/drop will result in a different refund than canceling your entire program. See tuition and fees to find the refund eligibility rules.

Program withdrawal

If you are withdrawing from your program, you'll need to complete a program withdrawal form. Meet with your program advisor or academic chair to complete this step. Failure to do so may result in unsuccessful grades assigned to your classes.

Confirmation of Enrolment

Some financial institutions may require a letter confirming your enrolment to release RESP funds. You can request a Confirmation of Enrolment through your mySAIT account after you're registered in your classes. Review student letters for instructions.

If your financial institution requires us to sign a form, upload the appropriate forms and submit a ticket through Freshdesk.

Check your tuition balance

Your tuition balance will be available through mySAIT after you register. Check your tuition payment deadline. If you don't pay your tuition before the deadline, your registration will be canceled. Learn more about payment options.

Canceled students must contact the Office of the Registrar to be placed back into their courses. A reinstatement fee of $80 will be added to their tuition when registration is restored. Review our list of transactional fees for details.

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