EVE University Corporate Hangars
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Members of EVE University are allowed access to the Corporation Hangar upon receiving a title. The amount of access you receive depends on your title. Hangars contain ammunition, weapons, modules, ships, skillbooks, and miscellaneous items ready for use. Members without hangar access may ask in appropriate chat channels if someone with access is available to get it for them.
Donations assist the University in stocking hangars. If you would like to donate, please visit Donating to EVE University.
Instructions on Use
Pictorial Guide: Getting stuff from Corp Hangar
Accessing the Hangar
- Dock at any station which is a campus headquarters. You must be docked to access the hangars.
- Open the Neocom Menu
- Open the inventory window (ALT+C)
- Open the Corporation Hangar window at the very bottom of the Inventory window.
- Open the tab with the name of the hangar (e.g. Freshman) you wish to access.
Taking an Item
- Open the container for your item.
- Right-click on the stack of that item and choose "Unlock Item".
- Hold the Shift Key and Drag the item stack to where you wish to place your item.
- In the Set Quantity dialog box, type in the number of the item that you need, then press OK.
- If you accidentally take too many of an item, you may put it back onto the original stack while it is still unlocked.
- Important: Right-click on the remaining stack in the hangar container and choose "Lock Item".
Hangar access is a privilege, not a right. All members who make use of this facility must adhere to the rules. These rules have been implemented to prevent problems such as Corp Theft, and any violation of these rules may result in revocation of hangar access or even expulsion from EVE University. Remember that when this section refers to "you", it means your character who is a member of EVE University. You may not use corp resources for alternate characters.
Take only what equipment you will personally and immediately use.
You may not take items to resell, reprocess, nor to give to your friends. Only take items to fit onto your own ship, or for another EVE University member to fit onto theirs.
Take only the skillbooks you will personally and immediately use.
Remember that if skillbooks run out of stock in the hangars, then you can still request them through the Skillbook Program. You don't need to worry about hoarding them in case they "run out".
Take only as much as you need.
This especially applies to ammunition. Don't take an entire stack of missiles when you only need a few hundred of them. A good general rule is to take only enough to fit one ship, or fly one mission. Remember that the hangar stocks are for use by all members, not just yourself, so please be courteous and leave some for others to use.
Re-lock your stacks!
Remember that the locking mechanism is for auditing. If you do not re-lock a stack, then the next person to come along can take the entire stack and it will appear as if you stole it all.
If you are "done" with an item after using it, please do not put it back onto the original stack.
Any item that you take is yours. If you wish to return it for someone else to use, then think of it as a "re-donation" and drop it into the Restricted Hangar, as with any other donations.
If you accidentally take too much of an item, then you may put the excess back onto the original, unlocked stack.
This is the only situation where items may be added to a stack, when they were already there to begin with. When in doubt, you can always drop the items into the Restricted Hangar and then send the Hangar Manager an EVE mail explaining what happened.
Someone told me that the items and ships in the hangars are for PvP, or wartime use only. Is this true?
No, this is not true at all. Items and ships are available for whatever individual use you wish it for (subject to the other rules).
You may ask for equipment from a hangar higher than you have access.
Even new members can use gear from the Freshman Hangar. You simply will not be able to get it yourself until you earn the appropriate title. If you need something from a hangar that you cannot access, then just ask if someone else whom does have access is available to get it for you. Please ensure you're docked at Slays VII - Moon 3 - Center for Advanced Studies so that the items can be traded to you.
How to make your request.
You can ask the campus chat channel. Please be prepared to link any fits as this can make it easier for the person assisting you. You can also link individual items such as hulls. modules, ammo, etc. If you don't get response within a few minutes please feel free to make your full request again (this is so anyone who has logged on since your initial request will know what you've asked).
Ask in Mumble. You can ask in the campus mumble channels if anyone is present with hangar access is in the campus to help you.
Sometimes you may get someone who will help you remotely by supplying you things from their personal hangar in the campus via contract. This is not required by anyone to do, but it is a very generous gesture and act if they do.
The three Equipment Hangars are divided and tiered by title, and containers within them further divide the equipment by type. They are fairly self-explanatory, but for your convenience, here is a general guide to quickly find what you need. Note that each campus may have slightly different categories and grouping, tailored to the needs of that campus.
- Weapons, Frigate and Destroyer size
- Modules, Frigate and Destroyer size
- Generic Modules
- Ammunition, Small
- Drones, Light
- Skillbooks, basic up to 150k ISK market value
- Ships (Frigates only)
- Blueprint Copies
- Weapons, Cruiser and Battlecruiser size
- Modules, Cruiser and Battlecruiser size
- Ammunition, Medium
- Drones, Medium
- Skillbooks, intermediate up to 450k ISK market value
- Ship Blueprint Copies
These items are not listed with the standard items because they are not maintained as regular stock. This means that we may or may not have any available at any given time, depending upon if anybody donates them and how quickly they are used up. If we have them, then they are still fully available to members at the appropriate access level, just like the regular stock. They also follow all the same rules, i.e. take only what you need, no reselling, etc.
- Implants: All Hangars, Other container
- Blueprints: All Hangars, Other container
- Named items (meta level > 0): All Hangars, Other container