SAITSA held a Mental Health Awareness day on Thursday, October 10th. Volunteers came from Pet Access League Society and brought their happy and loving dogs to SAIT, to give students the chance to de-stress, smile and relax before exams start.
Adelle Ellis, a student in the second year of SAIT’s journalism program, made the superb picture above during an overcast Sunday afternoon on the school’s main campus. Follow the story link to see the full frame.
The amount charged to an international student for the tuition fee has been a concern amongst temporary residents in Canada for a number of years.
The Canadian Public Relations Society, CPRS, is trying to help take some of the pressure off of students by giving them tools they need to become successful in the world of communications.
Chinook LRT station recently reopened after nearly a year of renovation, but it’s not the only station to be getting an upgrade. Between April to October of next year, the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee station will also get a makeover.
With the recent flood situation and an increase in apartment rentals, students from across the city of Calgary are having troubles in finding a place to live. Kenneth Taylor, VP External at SAIT Students’ Association (SAITSA), said while the situation hasn’t improved for many students, it hasn’t gotten worse either.