While no two students’ experience is the same, certain issues impact significant segments of the SAIT student demographic. To understand what these issues are and what SAIT students want us to do about them, Saitsa collects data and input from students to form positions and propose
How do we collect the ‘student voice’?
What we do with
Student loans are an issue that the majority of Canadian students face – and much work is being done to help alleviate the burden! Whether it’s past efforts at CASA to increase the grace period
The UPass is a program
There are many different issues facing students this year – some originating from, and others exacerbated by, the CoViD-19 pandemic. Our allies at CASA are hoping to help Close the Gaps between Canadian students and Canada’s future. Whether it’s mental health, accessible education for international students, or creating more job opportunities – it’s important to let your voice be heard.
As one of Canada’s largest student associations
In 2020/2021, as the Vice Chair of Academic Council, our Vice President, Academic recruited the 9 additional students-at-large who have voting rights on Academic Council. Because of this, when it came to voting for which committees we wanted to see be given the resources that Academic Council can provide, the student body group of the Council was able to vote in four working subcommittees to focus on current student concerns: Post-Secondary Education Affordability, Standards of Online Delivery, Student Impacts of Learning Modality, and Academic Integrity Standards.