General

Student forms and letters

Please submit a supervisory form by October of the second year (PhD students), or the third year (PhD direct admit students). Please visit the SGS website for all forms and letter templates you may need. Among others, you will find the following forms: Read More »

Infos for New Students

Registration https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/academic-progress/registration-enrolment/ Registration opens Monday, July 15th (deadline is September 13 th). You can register by either paying your fees or by registering without payment. The Fall 2019 request form for registration without payment is be available on the SGS forms and letters page. Acorn step-by-step guide http://help.acorn.utoronto.ca/how-to/ SGS Sessional Dates https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/academic-progress/sessional-dates/ Please familiarize yourself with the sessional dates, they contain important deadlines SGS Student Forms & Letters https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/academic-progress/student-forms-letters/ Housing In September, a lot of students entering UofT with you will be looking for housing in Toronto. It might be easier to find something a little earlier, so feel free to start looking now. Some pages you might find helpful are https://toronto.craigslist.ca/, http://www.kijiji.ca/b-apartments-condos/gta-greater-toronto-area/c37l1700272, and https://www.realtor.ca/ SGS new student infos (including infos about your student card and UTORid number) https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/admissions/getting-started-as-a-new-student/ Please obtain your UTORid number as soon as possible, and send your University of Toronto email address to Helena Juenger (german.gradassistant@utoronto.ca) as soon as you have it. Once you have registered and found a place to stay in Toronto, please update your “current mailing address” in Acorn. If you are a PhD in the funded cohort, please note that without a current mailing address set up in Acorn, the system cannot ... Read More »

Resources for Members of the Department

Administrative resources(2)

Book donations Financial File naming convention How to submit a graduate course grade How to advertise a guest lecture How to order a book for your course How to request catering How to request an R.A. or Research Trainee contract How to request a change or post on the departmental website Letters of invitation for Visiting Faculty Listservs Sessional dates Student Forms & Letters St. Michael’s College Tech Support Timesheets VoIP Read More »

Listservs

Please use the following listservs to reach Faculty: faculty-german-l@listserv.utoronto.ca Graduate students: germangradstudents2019-20-l@listserv.utoronto.ca Instructors: germaninstructors2019-20-l@listserv.utoronto.ca Members of the department (incl. graduate students, faculty, sessional instructors, staff): germandepartment2019-20-L@listserv.utoronto.ca Read More »

Financial

When submitting your receipts to the Business Officer, please add a reimbursement form. Please complete the left column only (your name, signature, etc). Read More »

How to request a change or post on the departmental website

Website changes In your email, please include: For example, if you check other syllabi, you can see that we need information on whether it’s a graduate or an undergraduate course the term the course is taught in the course number with the Fall, Spring, or Year indicator information on whether the course is taught in English or German the title of the course the pdf of the syllabus Good example: “Please change the title of my article “German for Beginners” to “German Grammar for Beginners”; Location: (LINK of your profile page or whatever page you are referring to), Chapter “Recent articles”, 3rd entry Not so good example:   “My article about German for Beginners is now called German Grammar for Beginners” (and no further information) Posts in the category News, Events, Homepage Slider, Spotlight In your email, please include: Good example: “Please post the following article under Spotlight: Title: Call for submissions: Zeitgeist 2015 +picture +text Not so good example: “Hey, there’s a really interesting talk on Goethe at the Consulate next week, can you post it?” (no title, no picture, no text) Read More »

Tech Support

For tech support, please contact iit@artsci.utoronto.ca. Urgent Issues ONLY (support is usually quick via email): If you have an urgent issue that needs immediate attention, questions or feedback, please reach out to us via cell phone or visit us in our new FAS IIT Client Services Walk-In Centre located in Sid Smith Room 560 (Ground Floor). Contact/Escalation Details: Main Escalation Line: 416-946-0570 *please try this line first Sotira Chrisanthidis (Sr. Manager), Mobile: 416-407-4120 Read More »

St. Michael’s College

St. Mikes Services services.stmikes@utoronto.ca Security Front Desk: 416-926-2099 Security Cell: 416-677-8663 Campus Police: 416-978-2323 AV & classroom support: Andrej Blazeka (andrej.blazeka@utoronto.ca) 416-926-2073 Read More »