About NGSIS

The goal of the NGSIS (Next Generation Student Information Services) Program is to create and deploy technological solutions that help students fully engage in rewarding learning experiences and achieve academic and personal success, and that help faculty and staff to provide a rich and supportive educational environment.

Through a targeted investment in information technology over the past five years, NGSIS has introduced a wide variety of new services for students and staff, providing real-time information about all aspects of the student experience.

Broad consultations with users of these services have assisted the technical teams in shaping our products to meet the specific needs of students, staff and faculty. As a result, the NGSIS team is now actively supporting over 25 individual student and administrative applications in addition to the current ROSI system. Included in this list are some of the most successful NGSIS services for students such as ACORN, Degree Explorer, Transfer Explorer, Convocation e-ticketing, and Course Finder. NGSIS has also released a variety of large applications for faculty and staff, including e-marks, StarRez (residence management), applications to streamline curriculum management, and improved processes and reports for student accounts.

With a base of successful applications now in place, there continues to be a multitude of opportunities to distribute, integrate, and further leverage solutions and associated underlying information for U of T.

Leadership

Executive Sponsor Committee

  • Scott Mabury, Vice-President, University Operations
  • Sandy Welsh, Vice-Provost, Students
  • Cathy Eberts, Director, Enterprise Applications and Solutions Integration
  • Richard Levin, Executive Director, Enrolment Services
  • Bo Wandschneider, Chief Information Officer

Executive Steering Committee

  • Scott Mabury, Vice-President, University Operations (Co-Chair)
  • Sandy Welsh, Vice-Provost, Students (Co-Chair)
  • Christina Amon, Dean, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
  • David Cameron, Dean, Faculty of Arts & Science
  • Amrita Daniere Vice-Principal, Academic and Dean, UTM
  • Luc de Nil, Vice-Dean, Students, School of Graduate Studies
  • Mark Schmuckler, Vice-Principal, Academic and Dean UTSC
  • Ira Jacobs, Dean, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education
  • Trevor Young, Dean, Faculty of Medicine
  • Bo Wandschneider, Chief Information Officer

NGSIS Core Team

  • Cathy Eberts, Director, Enterprise Applications and Solutions Integration (Chair)
  • Donald Boere, Registrar, Innis College
  • Alana Boland, Professor, Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Frank Boshoff, Enterprise Architect
  • Sheila Brown, Chief Financial Officer
  • Sam Chan, Director, Information Technology, Faculty of Medicine
  • Clare Hasenkampf, Associate Dean, Teaching & Learning, UTSC
  • Avi Hyman, Director, Academic and Collaborative Technologies
  • Heather Kelly, Senior Director of Student Success, Student Life
  • Richard Levin, Executive Director, Enrolment Services & University Registrar
  • Don MacMillan, Faculty Registrar, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
  • Susan McCahan, Vice-Provost, Innovations in Undergraduate Education
  • Heather Miller, Vice-Dean, Teaching & Learning, UTM
  • Loretta Neebar, Interim Registrar, UTM
  • Daniel Ottini, Deputy Director, Internal Audit
  • Marden Paul, Director, Planning, Governance & Assessment
  • Mary Pugh, Acting Vice-Dean Undergraduate & International, Faculty of Arts & Science
  • Deborah Robinson, Faculty Registrar & Director of Undergraduate Academic Services, Faculty of Arts & Science
  • Trevor Rodgers, Executive Director, Planning & Budget
  • Mark Schmuckler, Vice-Dean Undergraduate, UTSC
  • Laura Stathopoulos, Associate Director, Graduate Awards and Financial Aid, School of Graduate Studies
  • Bo Wandschneider, Chief Information Officer

Impact Report Sidebar

Impact Report Cover Image

NGSIS Impact Report

January 2017 - September 2018

Download the NGSIS Impact Report and find out more about what we do and the direction we're taking.