The Office of the Registrar evaluates applications on a bi-weekly basis during the semester. We’ll evaluate them again at the end of the semester after all final grades have been entered. Once your application is reviewed, you’ll be assigned one of the following statuses.

  • Sought means we’re reviewing your application.
  • Complete/awaiting conferral means you’ve met your programs graduation requirements. You’ve been approved to graduate and your credential will be awarded on the appropriate conferral date.
  • Not qualified means you don’t meet the requirements to graduate. You’ll need to speak with your academic chair or program administrator to find out why.
  • Awarded means your credential has been conferred and your graduation date will appear on your transcripts. Congratulations, you’re a SAIT graduate.

You’ll be able to see this information on your unofficial transcripts found on mySAIT. We know there may be many more questions after you apply and we’re here to help. Review more graduation information to find answers to your questions. You can also contact the Office of the Registrar to speak with one of our representatives.