After you have submitted your application, you’ll need to provide proof you meet or will meet the admission requirements. This will require you to submit your official transcripts from high school or a previous post-secondary institute. We can also use anticipated final grades if you are currently in high school, upgrading or waiting for your transcripts t be sent to us.
Transcripts from Alberta
Request your transcripts through ApplyAlberta when you are completing your application to SAIT. Your transcripts will be sent to us electronically and free of charge from any high school and participating post-secondary institutions in Alberta.
Transcripts from Canada (provinces other than Alberta)
Order your transcripts from the province or post-secondary institution where you went to school and have them sent to the Office of the Registrar. If you have a copy of your official transcripts, scan and submit them using the steps found here.
You'll have the option to input your grades for relevant high school subjects when you are filling out the online application form. We'll use these marks for admission until your final transcript is received. Review High School Course Equivalencies to find the subjects we accept for admission.
Transcripts from outside of Canada
You'll require an international document assessment to ensure you've met the admission requirements for your program. Please submit your educational documents by following the steps found here. Review our International Document Assessment process for more information.
Transcripts through MyCreds™.
If you're sharing your post-secondary transcripts through MyCreds™, please enter firstname.lastname@example.org as the recipient email.
Anticipated Final Grades
If you're currently in high school, upgrading, waiting for your transcripts to be sent to SAIT, or waiting for the results of an international document assessment, you can tell us you meet the admission requirements by submitting anticipated final grades. Without this, your application may be declined until we receive proof of your official grades. Your anticipated final grades can be entered during the online application process.
If you missed doing this when you applied, find more information on how to submit your anticipated final grades here.