Students of SAIT had the chance to choose new people to represent them.
SAITSA hosted the election during the week March 27-31 for four executive positions.
Students seems they don’t care, last year just 8% of SAIT’s students voted in the elections.
Board of Directors member, Tanya Pittis says this year have a good feeling that it’s going to be a high turnout for the executive council.
One of SAITSA’s objective this year is to get 25% percent of students out to the polls using funny posters to get students attention.
All SAITSA candidates have one thing in common “let the students know about their benefits and how to use them.
To vote, students just needed to answer an email from SAIT telling them to fill the survey.
This year the numbers of students voting increased up to 15%.