Inactive Member Policy
|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.
EVE University recruits a large number of new EVE players, some of whom decide not to continue playing EVE Online after joining. In order to keep our numbers reasonable and the corporation generally active, we remove (in bulk) members who have not logged into the game at all in over 6 months. The limit is intended to avoid removing members taking short term breaks from the game for holidays etc, while still remaining low enough to ensure an active player base.
Very rarely, someone who has contributed a significant amount to EVE University - normally as a Director or long-standing manager - will be given Long Term Inactive (LTI) status, meaning they will not be removed for inactivity. However, this is something that is gifted rather than requested.
If a member needs to take a break from the game for any reason, they are welcome to drop from EVE University of their own accord if they wish to. Being removed for inactivity will not affect a member's ability to apply to rejoin EVE University later on.
- Leaving EVE University, for information on how to leave EVE University and what access alumni have
- Applying to EVE University, for information on rejoining EVE University, whether removed for inactivity or having left for another reason