Cross Campus Initiative

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For a summary of EVE University's rules and code of conduct, see EVE University Rules.

All members of EVE University are free to participate in the Cross Campus Initiative also known as CCI program, this also includes staff (in fact, I urge all staff to give this a go!). Croixant is the current manager of this program.

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Why Should I Participate?

EVE University prides itself on covering a diverse array of activities within New Eden. To provide our pilots with the best 'all around' experience, a set of communities including the campus system were put in place. These communities include the Highsec Campus (HSC), the Low-Sec Campus (LSC), the Nullsec Campus (NSC), the Wormhole Campus (WHC), the Amarr Mining Campus (AMC), Project Solitude and EVE University Incursion Community. This helps educate unistas on the different playstyles and tactics used within each area.

Regardless of which part of space you see your home as being, there is always something new to learn and always value in knowing more about these other areas that you as a pilot don't often frequent.

Finally, we are all proud Unistas and we should work together regardless of community affiliation and help out our fellow bros. This is your chance to get out there and help others while at the same time filling the gaps in your own knowledge.

What The Initiative Can Offer

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  • Like all content this Initiative will assist towards the goals of obtaining Titles
  • A well rounded education on all areas of New Eden
  • Meet new people!
  • Make new friends!
  • The ultimate reward: a unique EVE University Medal! The Eve University Campus Cross after finishing the CCI.



Requirements

We expect to see the following:

  • Participation in at least 5 events per community, 2 of them should be organised by yourself.
  • The 5 activities should be spread over more than 1 week per community.
  • At least 4 different communities visited for a combined total of 20 events.
  • We require you to document every participation by a forum post or by an AAR (for PVP).
  • To reiterate, participation is the key. You may organize the events but you also will have to participate in those events.

After you have completed them all fill out this form with all the links showing your participation for validation.

These can include but are not limited to:

  • Joining/FC'ing PvP fleets, mission fleets or mining ops
  • Teaching classes around each different community
  • Organising events (if these are uni-wide events it is even better!)

The required communities, along with some examples of activities that can be carried out there, are shown below. Some communities have requirements before you can join them so make sure you look them up on the wiki. If you don't meet the requirements at the start you might meet them while doing the other ones. Don't forget you have 6 months to complete this tour.

As part of the planning process for each event, please make sure to follow each of the communities' rules regarding the making of an event. Use the Community Contacts for each of the communities to get more information and guidance.

Campuses

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  • PvP in Faction Warfare
  • Combat sites and sigs
  • Exploration (WHs/Relic & Data sites)
  • Mission Running
  • PvP in NPC null
  • Combat sites and sigs
  • Exploration (WHs/Relic & Data sites)
  • Mining (in the Back Pocket)
  • Industry
  • PvP in wspace and nullsec through the chain (Wednesdays and Fridays are the nights for this!)
  • Sleeper anoms and sites
  • Exploration (WH chain/Relic & Data sites)
  • Mining (Huffing a lot too!)
  • Mining (All Ore and Gas)
  • Exploration (WHs/Relic & Data sites)
  • Mission Running
  • Small Gang PvP
  • Mission running
  • Combat sites and sigs
  • Exploration (WHs/Relic & Data sites)

Community Contacts

Please contact these pilots that have graciously volunteered to serve as the points of contact for their respective communities. They will provide an introduction to the community, etiquette and the current and planned activities and/or events.

Special Thanks

The CCI was an idea of White 0rchid when he was a uni member. He left corp before we could actually put this into practice and work out all the details. The general lines are still there but Rose Chanlin and Croixant have worked the concept further out to what it is today.

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