SAIT Alumni Class Notes
Class Note

What is your Heritage Hall story?

Did you know this year is Heritage Hall's Centennial? Yes, it's true —the building first opened its door in 1922. To kick off a series of celebrations, we're doing a call for Class Notes to our alumni, employees, partners and neighbours of SAIT. 

What is a Class Note:

A Class Note is an opportunity for SAIT graduates to reconnect with classmates and tell them what they've been up to since graduation. The notes are often shared in LINK magazine, our award-winning alumni publication. 

We understand the deep connection individuals like yourself may have to the history of the building and invite you to share your story of Heritage Hall — your first impressions walking through or seeing the building, your favourite space, or your most memorable moment. 

We check all updates for accuracy and will call or email to confirm details before posting your note live or printing in the LINK magazine, so please ensure your personal information in entered correctly.


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Class Note inspiration

Need some inspiration? Check out these Class Notes from members of the SAIT community: 

Tom Morin (Industrial Instrumentation Technology '97)

In the late 1990s, Tom Morin befriended a fellow "SAITer" while visiting the Student Employment office, found in Heritage Hall. "One day while walking out of the northwest entrance of Heritage Hall, I looked up and saw Joanna walking down the stairs. At that moment, I said to myself, 'That's who I want to spend the rest of my life with'. Joanna and I celebrate our relationship on Valentine's Day. Our first 26 years together have been wonderful!"

Elizabeth "Bessie" Bertie (Industrial Dressmaking and Millinery '34)

"It was the Depression, so most (no on) had money to go away on weekend trips. My girlfriend and I did take some shooting lessons in the basement [of Heritage Hall]. We had to lie down on pads and had to avoid hitting the pipes and other things. We had a few lessons, but since we had to pay for our ammunition, we began to run short of money — so we quit."


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