New ACORN dashboard for heavy enrolment days
EASI is undertaking structural changes to ROSI, to improve system performance and capacity, and real-time integration with enterprise systems.

Building a Foundation for an Integrated Modern Design

NGSIS Platform Modernization
06Days 13Hours 52Minutes 03Seconds
Opens up the potential for live integration between divisional systems and ROSI
Helps U of T stay at the forefront of technological innovation

Works directly in popular web browsers 

Provides new option for PDF output

Allows for a modern file management interface
Permits 15,000 students to access the system via ACORN simultaneously versus the current 700
Benefits
Student System - Current State
U of T Student System - Current State
Roadmap
NGSIS Platform Modernization Roadmap

Significant structural improvements to ROSI are underway to ensure that EASI can continue to support the many services, applications and interfaces that now integrate with ROSI.

These improvements will increase the University’s technological capacity to enhance services that will benefit students, as well as administrative staff through the Next Generation Student Information Services (NGSIS) program.

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RESOURCES & SUPPORT

EASI will provide updates to the University community via  this website, listservs, and meetings in the academic and affected administrative divisions.

The Student Information Systems team will be providing support in advance of, during and after the cutover to the new environment.

CRITICAL DATES


NEW PLATFORM

EASI has converted over 2 million lines of code from Natural to JAVA, enabling all ROSI screens to be accessed directly online.

Work is also underway to deploy a more efficient and robust server infrastructure.

Benefits

• Permits 15,000 students to access the system via ACORN simultaneously versus the current 700

• Provides new option for PDF output

• Allows for a modern file management interface

• Opens up the potential for live integration between divisional systems and ROSI

• Helps U of T stay at the forefront of technological innovation