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(Hideo Date) #38

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from April 02 to April 08

Wednesday, 04 April

04:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Another weekly Game Mechanics Q&A Session. Host: K950 unless Seamus shows up.

12:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Surviving Damage

Is your ship exploding? Click on your pod-saver tab and save your pod. Then come to this class and find out why you exploded!

Thursday, 05 April

01:00 - [CLASS] Introduction to Fleets


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #39

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from April 09 to April 15

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 09 April. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Monday, 09 April

17:00 - [PRACTICAL] Bombing 101 & Carrier engage

Wednesday, 11 April

03:30 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Another weekly Game Mechanics Q&A. Host: K950

Thursday, 12 April

01:00 - [Class] PvP Basics

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to EVE Careers

All spaceshipped up with nowhere to go?
Learn about what there is to do in EVE and how you can make your mark!

Friday, 13 April

01:00 - [CLASS] Introduction to EVE University

This class is an orientation for new (or returning) members, and for anyone else who wants to know more about EVE University. The class should last around 60 minutes, depending on how many questions are asked.
Questions? See the Forum Post.


That is all as far as the current schedule goes. As always, all classes can also be found on the EVE University calendar. For information on how to join EVE University, please see Applying to EVE University. If you wish to contribute to the University by hosting classes of your own, please see Joining the Faculty.


(Vger Starseed) #40

For all you new players EVE UNI is the best place to train up those grey cells. Cannot rate it high enough.


(Hideo Date) #41

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from April 16 to April 22

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 16 April. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 17 April

18:30 - [CLASS] Capitals 501

A highly anticipated and requested Capitals course. Reviews, demonstrates, and introduces each of the main capital ships.
Lecture will be highly participation focused and occur exclusively on Singularity test server.
3D11. Host: K950

Wednesday, 18 April

01:00 - [CLASS] Capitals 501

A highly anticipated and requested Capitals course. Reviews, demonstrates, and introduces each of the main capital ships.
Lecture will be highly participation focused and occur exclusively on Singularity test server.
3D12. Host: K950

04:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Another weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session. Host: K950

18:00 - [Class] Intro to Skills

Brought to you by: Dunar Dolorgiet

Thursday, 19 April

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Player Threats

Have you ever went boom and not known why? Come to Introduction to Player Threats, and find out just how safe you really aren’t!


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #42

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from April 23 to April 29

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 23 April. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Wednesday, 25 April

04:00 - [Q&A] Ship Replacement Program etc

Q&A session for our Ship Replacement Program and other Logistics Department services.
Public mumble and Lecture.E-UNI

Thursday, 26 April

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

18:00 - [CLASS] Introduction to EVE University

This class is an orientation for new (or returning) members, and for anyone else who wants to know more about EVE University. The class should last around 60 minutes, depending on how many questions are asked.
Questions? See

20:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Mining

Mining is one of the most common ways to earn ISK in EVE. In this class, we’ll introduce the essential elements for successful resource mining (asteroids, ice, and gas), and how to get the most effectiveness out of your mining ship fittings.

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Ship Fitting

A high-level overview of what goes into assembling your ship fitting piece by piece!

Saturday, 28 April

17:30 - [Q&A] EVE University

Ever wondered how to participate in corp? Got a question about rules? What about titles? Got an idea for something great but you are not sure where to start? Did you know that you can totally fly stealth bombers and caps? Ever wondered what a director does all day long?
Join us and ask

Sunday, 29 April

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #43

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from April 30 to May 6

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 30 April. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 01 May

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to D-Scan

Why spam D-Scan when you can leverage it like a pro? Learn all about how in Intro to D-Scan!

Thursday, 03 May

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

Saturday, 05 May

20:00 - [Guest-Event] Broadcast 4 Reps

Guests coming Marrowbone and Tovanis From B4R

23:00 - [CLASS] Logistics 101

by Guest Lecturer Silex Vulcanos

Sunday, 06 May

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics Weekly Game Mechan

[Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #44

Preliminary Class Overview for the week from May 7th to May 13th

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, May 7th. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Thursday, 10 May

01:00 - [Q&A] Ask the Orientation Officers

The Q&A will take place in-game and in the public mumble server

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

20:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Industry

Come and learn something about all things Industrial.

See Forum post for details.

Sunday, 13 May

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.


As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #45

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of [b]Monday, 14 of May

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 14 of MayAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Thursday, 17 of May

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Weapon Systems

Learn all about guns - there’s a lot of them!

Sunday, 20 of May

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #46

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 21 of May

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 21 of May. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Monday, 21 of May

18:00 - [CLASS] Ganking 101

Forum Post: * Instructor: xter Moennan * Location: Docked up safely in a station * Date and time: 2018.05.21 / 18:00 Eve Time

Wednesday, 23 of May

18:00 - [PRACTICE] Command Dessies and MJFG

23:00 - [LECTURE] EVE Appreciation: Social

What makes the EVE community great? Part of the answer is the game itself! Learn what makes EVE stand out from other games of its type and how it influences the players in subtle, but tangible ways.

Thursday, 24 of May

01:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Fleets

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics Weekly Game Mechan

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

18:00 - [CLASS] Intro to EVE University

This class is an orientation for new (or returning) members, and for anyone else who wants to know more about EVE University. The class should last around 60 minutes, depending on how many questions are asked.Questions?

Saturday, 26 of May

19:00 - [Q&A] EVE University

Ever wondered how to participate in corp? Got a question about rules? What about titles? Got an idea for something great but you are not sure where to start? Did you know that you can totally fly stealth bombers and caps? Ever wondered what a director does all day long?Join us and ask

Sunday, 27 of May

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #47

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 28 of May

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 28 of MayAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 29 of May

20:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Exploration

Very high level introduction to the basics of exploration.

Thursday, 31 of May

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

Friday, 01 of June

03:00 - [CLASS] Corporation Management 101

This is a guest lecture, please see post for more information!

04:00 - [Q&A] Nullsec Q&A

Nullsec Q&A with guest lecturer Argus Sorn.

Sunday, 03 of June

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

[Q&A] Game MechanicsWeekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #48

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 4 of June

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 4 of JuneAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 05 of June

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Ship Roles

Learn what ships and modules it takes to make lean, mean, space-faring machines of all types!

Thursday, 07 of June

03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

Saturday, 09 of June

18:00 - [CLASS] Introduction to Missions

Sunday, 10 of June

19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics

Weekly Game Mechanics Q&A session.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #49

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 11 of June

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 11 of JuneAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Thursday, 14 of June

18:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Skills

An introduction into skill training and the most essential skills that you might want train as early as possible.

23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Surviving Damage

Is your ship exploding? Click on your pod-saver tab and save your pod. Then come to this class and find out why you exploded!

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #50

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 18 of June

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 18 of June. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Monday, 18 of June

17:00 - [CLASS] Electronic Warfare 101

Introduction to electronic warfare ships and modules. PUBLIC MUMBLE, More details to follow.

Tuesday, 19 of June

16:30 - [CLASS] Frigate Logi 101

Fitting ships and flying logistics in frigate and destoryer fleets.PUBLIC MUMBLE, More details to follow.

Wednesday, 20 of June

16:30 - [CLASS] Cruiser Logistics 101

Fitting ships and flying cruiser logistics hulls.-- INVOLVES PRACTICAL - PLEASE BE IN Stacmon FOR THE CLASS – PUBLIC MUMBLE.More details to follow.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #51

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 25 of June

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 25 of JuneAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 26 of June

20:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Industry 2.0

For details, see forum post

Yes, we are aware this is only one class :wink: Have a look at the calendar during the week, as more might get added and check back next week.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #52

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 2 of July

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 2 of JulyAll dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Thursday, 05 of July

19:00 - [CLASS] Intro to EVE University

This class is an orientation for new (or returning) members, and for anyone else who wants to know more about EVE University. The class should last around 60 minutes, depending on how many questions are asked.Questions?

Saturday, 07 of July

18:00 - [Q&A] EVE University

Ever wondered how to participate in corp? Got a question about rules? What about titles? Got an idea for something great but you are not sure where to start? Did you know that you can totally fly stealth bombers and caps? Ever wondered what a director does all day long?

19:00 - [CLASS] Intermediate Intelligence: Zkill

Intermediate Intelligence: ZkillGuest Lecturer: Raido KudonenForum Post:

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Hideo Date) #53

Preliminary Class Overview for the week of Monday, 9 of July

This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 9 of July. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.

Tuesday, 10 of July

20:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Mining

See forum post for details:

23:00 - [CLASS] Theory of Station Trading

Learn about the theory of station trading, how to identify good trade commodities, and what an economic is!

Thursday, 12 of July

18:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Fleets

In EVE nearly everything is more efficiently done by more than one pilot. Most of the time it is much more fun to do things together. In this class a new player learns how to join and form fleets and some of the fleet related UI mechanics. Finally we practice some basic fleet movement.

19:00 - [Mini Q6A] Fitting

Ship Class: TBD

Saturday, 14 of July

18:00 - [CLASS] Introduction to Missions

Sunday, 15 of July

18:00 - [CLASS] Skill Planning

An introduction into skill planning with a few hands on examples that will help you make educated decisions for your career. Will make heavy use of 3d party programs and Twitch.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Dunar Dolorgiet) #54

Thursday, 19 July
01:30 - [CLASS] PvP Basics

Friday, 20 July
01:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Ship Roles
This class will focus on an overview of the common roles of ships and how those roles are generally fit. The class will be mostly lecturing with a section of time in the end for Q&A for any roles I could have missed or more specific questions about a certain role.

Saturday, 21 July
18:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Fleets
In EVE nearly everything is more efficiently done by more than one pilot. Most of the time it is much more fun to do things together. In this class a new player learns how to join and form fleets and some of the fleet related UI mechanics. Finally we practice some basic fleet movement.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Dunar Dolorgiet) #55

Tuesday, 24 July
18:00 - [CLASS] Mining 101

Thursday, 26 July
00:00 - [Q&A] Ask the OO’s
NewBro with questions, sit down with the Orientation Officers and get answers to those questions.
23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to EWAR
Learn about how to EWAR someone into a fit of rage with a ship people give away by the thousands!

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Dunar Dolorgiet) #56

Thursday, 02 August
23:00 - [CORE] Introduction to D-Scan
Why spam D-Scan when you can leverage it like a pro? Learn all about how in Intro to D-Scan!

Friday, 03 August
18:00 - [CLASS] Ganking in Wormholes 101

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.


(Dunar Dolorgiet) #57

Wednesday, 15 August
00:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Fleets

19:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Missions
Come learn the basics of mission running!

Thursday, 16 August
19:00 - [CORE] Introduction to Exploration
Come learn the basics of exploration!

23:30 - [LECTURE] EVE Appreciation: Social
What makes the EVE community great? Part of the answer is the game itself! Learn what makes EVE stand out from other games of its type and how it influences the players in subtle, but tangible ways.

As always, all classes can be found on the EVE University calendar and our forums. If you wish to receive these overviews straight to your EVE inbox, you can subscribe to the Classes.E-UNI mailing list using the “Add Mailing List” button in the bottom left corner of the EVE Mail window.