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EVE University boasts a diverse range of communities led by dedicated Community Coordinators, providing UNIstas with specialized support and engagement opportunities across various aspects of EVE Online. From high-sec stagings to low-sec faction warfare, null-sec operations, incursions, and wormhole space, each community offers a unique space for learning and mutual support.
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The Community Manager plays a crucial role in overseeing all communities within EVE University. The Community Manager is responsible for guiding and supporting the Community Coordinators, ensuring a cohesive and engaged experience for EVE University members across various specialized areas. Reporting to the Community Director, the Community Manager plays an important role in implementing community strategies, fostering collaboration, and promoting a positive atmosphere within the organization. They act as the central point of contact for members within communities, addressing concerns, and facilitating effective communication between leadership and the communities.
Community Coordinators at EVE University play a crucial role in supporting the organization and its members. They act as a central point of contact for EVE University members, facilitating engagement and connection with the various programs offered by the university. Working in collaboration with the Directors and core services, the Community Coordinators provide recommendations and support the implementation of new community programs that will benefit all UNIstas. Each Community Coordinator specializes in specific areas such as Mining, PvP, Industry, and more. Despite their individual areas of expertise, they function as a unified team to offer guidance and assistance to all members of EVE University.
The main community of EVE University comprises various stagings across different regions of space. These stagings include headquarters (HQ) and high-security space (high-sec), low-security space (low-sec) including Faction Warfare, and null-security space (null-sec). These stagings serve as key locations where the EVE University community congregates and operates.
High-sec stagings are strategic locations within high-security space where EVE University members gather to conduct various activities. These stagings offer a secure and accessible environment for UNIstas to engage in gameplay and learning opportunities. Some of the high-sec stagings utilized by EVE University include Stacmon and Slays around headquarters, Amygnon, Brapelille, Brellystier, and Averon. These systems serve as crucial staging points for members to prepare for missions, mining operations, and other high-sec activities. They provide strategic locations where members can find a thriving community, participate in missions, exploration, trading, and further their learning experiences within high-security space.
Community Coordinators assigned to Low-sec/Faction Warfare (FW) specialize in supporting EVE University members engaging in Faction Warfare, particularly within the Gallente Militia and Minmatar Militia. Faction Warfare takes place in low-security space, and these coordinators play a crucial role in guiding and assisting UNIstas in their participation. They focus on activities related to FW, such as capturing and defending systems, engaging in PvP combat, and participating in strategic campaigns. The Low-sec/Faction Warfare Community Coordinators ensure that EVE University members are well-prepared to navigate the unique challenges and opportunities presented by FW, fostering a dynamic and rewarding experience within these militias.
Community Coordinators in the PC9 pocket guide EVE University members exploring this unique null-sec region. They support interested members in a diverse range of activities, including PvP roams, ratting, mining, PI, industry, and more; fostering an environment of adventure and learning within EVE University's null-sec endeavors.
Community Coordinators specializing in Incursions play a pivotal role in fostering a strong and collaborative Incursion Community within EVE University. They provide strategic guidance and oversee essential initiatives, such as The Booster and Logistics Training (BLT) Initiative, and Battleship Loaner Program, empowering UNIstas to excel in challenging incursion content. By offering these valuable programs and strategic guidance, they ensure that members are well-equipped to face formidable NPC fleets and achieve success through teamwork and shared achievements in incursions.
Community Coordinators in the Wormhole Community (WHC) guide EVE University members through the uncharted territory of wormhole space. They encourage active participation in scanning, PvP engagements, Sleeper site running, and various industrial activities. WHC offers a unique experience, living without stations, manipulating wormholes, and embracing the challenges of lawless space. Through comprehensive training and guidance, Community Coordinators ensure that UNIstas thrive in this dynamic and exhilarating wormhole environment, fostering a sense of exploration, camaraderie, and adaptability within the Wormhole Community.
EVE University's Community Coordinators are easily accessible and ready to assist members. Feel free to reach out to them on Mumble, Discord, or through in-game mail for guidance and support in various specialized areas. They are here to ensure a positive and inclusive experience for all UNIstas within the community.