|This page is specific to EVE University. Other corporations or groups in the game may operate differently.|
For a summary of EVE University's rules and code of conduct, see EVE University Rules.
If you are an EVE University member who would like to apply for the next progression title, see Requesting a Title.
List of current titles staff
Director of Student Experience
|Danielle en Divalone Send a forum PM
The Director of Student Experience oversees the recruitment, orientation and progression of EVE University students. His job is to enable a smooth transition for new members joining EVE University, and as they progress through the corporation.
|Vorkan Dosja - Send a forum PM
The Titles Manager manages the Titles Officers, who review applications from members for progression titles, and sets policies affecting titles.
Titles Officers review all incoming title applications. They follow up with applicants whose applications are missing details or requirements as well as any references that are supplied. They also inform applicants who have been denied a title the reason why and how they might fix said reason before they apply again.
Our current Titles Officers and the title applications they can process are as follows:
|Jordareen Cyla Athonille|
Joining the titles department
Applications for new titles officers are handled by the titles manager, with input from the SE director. The department frequently hires new staff, and we would be happy to hear from you if you're interested.
What are we looking for?
The titles department might be a good fit for you if:
- You have been an active member of the uni for at least 2 to 3 months.
- You hold the sophomore title or higher (though those with freshman are welcome to apply).
- You have demonstrated sufficient experience that shows you understand the principles of things like ship fitting and basic fleet tactics, as well as a working knowledge of one or more PvE related activities whether that be missions, incursions, mining, exploration, etc. so you are capable of judging whether the applicant meets the requirements for a title.
- You can spend around 1 to 2 hours a week on processing applications.
How to apply
If the above criteria agree with you and you would like put in an application, fill out this form. Please make sure you spend more than a couple of minutes on your application. Getting to know you helps us make better decisions!
Submitted applications are regularly reviewed and acknowledged individually through Discord PMs. If you have not received an acknowledgement within a week of submitting your application, please contact the titles manager by Discord.
If your application has been shortlisted, we will send you another PM on Discord to arrange an interview.
If you are unsuccessful in your application, please feel free to apply again 60 days after the titles manager has PMed you.
Updates are posted to the staff recruitment thread.