The Ohm Depot


The Ohm Depot

The Ohm Depot is intended to bridge the gap between the rigorous academic pursuits of the Electronics Engineering Tech (ENT) program, and the intense longing for a social/collegiate center. Our utmost priority is to create opportunity for our members through three critical academic events:

1. A yearly Industry Night for networking opportunities.

2. Frequent Meet and Greet lunches with the purpose of educating first and second year students on the multifaceted nature of the ENT program.

3. Lastly, we can create opportunity for rapport and education through tutoring and mentor services.

Our secondary objective is to create vital social opportunity as collegiate life begins to resume from this fall onward. This will come in the form of less academically oriented social events as permitted on campus and beyond.

Ultimately, this club’s purpose is to create normalcy and stability amidst the volatility of the current global crisis, and hopefully breed a strong sense of pride and passion for the program in the students of the future.


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Health & Dental Process for Fall 2021

As of July 5, 2021; Saitsa will be accepting Health & Dental Opt-Out forms for the Fall 2021 semester. As soon as you are registered or begin self-registration for the Fall 2021 semester you are able to submit a Health & Dental Opt-Out form.

You have until July 26 to send your completed Health & Dental opt-out form to Saitsa for processing before the tuition fee deadline in order to receive Opt-Out credits before paying tuition fees. All other Health & Dental opt-outs processed after July 26 will follow SAIT’s refund policy where credit balances may be applied to future terms.

SAIT Refunds: Credit balances, for students who are registered or plan to register in a future term, will be carried forward and applied as appropriate to that future term.  Refundable balances will also be assessed at the end of the academic year for refunding. More info here.