Get the learning tools and resources you need to make the most of your NAIT academic experience
Book an appointment and learn how you can make the most of your time at NAIT. Get help with academic and career planning, learning success, course and program information and immigration options.
Get to know your NAIT community at this yearly event series for new students - learn more about your program, student services and life on campus.
We're here to support students in their learning! Connect with a study group, get help with online learning and study skills or access learning modules and the tutor registry.
Get technical support and troubleshooting for your computer, wireless device, WiFi access, student account and passwords, and software. Find an available workstation in the computer commons.
Buy textbooks, course materials and office supplies. Shop online or at our three campus locations. NAIT and Ooks apparel is also available including t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats and more.
Find a space to practice a presentation or do group work. Each room comes with collaboration technology, including wireless devices that use real-time annotation and file sharing.
If you have a disability, you can connect with a learning strategist or access assistive technology, exam services, alternate format requests and funding for students with permanent disabilities.
Immerse yourself in different customs and cultures, while earning credits towards your NAIT education.
Access books, research databases and technology and equipment to loan, use the MakerSpace and 3D printers. Find quiet spaces to study or book collaboration rooms for presentations or group projects.
Printing, scanning and copying on campus is easy with print devices located in NAIT's common-use computer labs. Large format printing services also available.
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At NAIT, we honour and acknowledge that the land on which we learn, work and live is Treaty Six territory. We seek to learn from history and the lessons that have come before us, and to draw on the wisdom of the First Peoples in Canada. Only through learning can we move forward in truth and reconciliation, and to a better future together. Read more
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