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The Ship Replacement Program (SRP) is a joint initiative of the Logistics Division, HSC (Highsec Campus), LSC (Lowsec Campus), NSC (Nullsec Campus), and WHC (Wormhole Campus) to encourage participation in combat fleets. The program is intended to both help new pilots get into PvP and to promote the use of important hulls that benefit the entire fleet.


When is a loss covered?

To be eligible for reimbursement, all losses must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Happened in an EVE University PvP fleet against another corporation
  • Had a reasonable PvP fitting
  • Shows reasonable effort
  • Request includes sufficient comment to allow SRP staff to understand what happened
  • Is not in violation of EVE University Rules

Pilots should have the necessary skills to fly the hull well. This is typically 4 or higher in the ship specific skill. Note that further fitting restrictions will apply for more advanced or expensive hulls. See below for specific requirements.

What ships are covered?

Coverage varies according to the specific needs of the campus where the loss happened. Logistics reimbursements apply to all losses including campus fleets. If a campus SRP does not specifically mention these hulls, they will be reimbursed at the Logistics program base rate.

You may also request a BLAP doctrine cruiser (Caracal, Vexor, Osprey, Augoror) to use for fleet operations if you cannot yet afford one yourself. To qualify, you must have completed the associated skill plan and be registered on Fleet-up.

Uni Logistics Department (base reimbursements)

  • T1 Frigates (400 k)
  • T1 Destroyers (1 M)
  • T1 Cruisers (8 M)
  • Battlecruisers, boosting (20 M):
    • Command Burst Module
    • T2 tank
  • Fleet Interceptors (Malediction, Crow, Ares, Stiletto) (15 M):
    • Warp Disruptor II
    • Nanofiber Internal Structure II or Overdrive II
    • 5MN MWD - meta 1 or better
    • Damage Control - meta 2 or better
    • Alternatively any official BLAP doctrine support interceptor fit will be accepted
  • Assault Frigates (20 M):
    • Full rack of T2 guns
    • Damage Control
  • Electronic Attack Ships (20 M):
    • MWD or AB
    • At least 2 EWAR modules for which it is has a bonus (Neuts/Vamps count as EWAR modules for the Sentinel)
    • Damage Control - meta 1 or better (Except Kitsune which fit Signal Distortion Amplifiers)
  • T3 Tactical Destroyers (20 M)
    • Full rack of T2 guns
    • T2 tank (Plate/Extender can be T2 or meta†)
  • Command Destroyers (50 M)
    • Micro Jump Field Generator and/or Command Burst
    • Warp Scrambler or Warp Disruptor
  • Interdictors (40 M)
    • MWD
    • Interdiction Sphere Launcher
    • 2x T2 tank modules including at least 1 Extender/Plate (T2 or meta†)
  • Heavy Interdiction Cruisers (100 M)
  • T2 Logistics Frigates (25 M)
  • T2 Logistics Cruisers (200 M):
    • T2 tank
  • Command Ships (150 M):
    • At least two Command Burst modules
    • T2 tank
  • Recons (100 M):
    • Appropriate fit for the specific hull.


With the exception of the payouts listed under Special Events and Special Ops the following restrictions are in place:

  • Only HSC Roams and Quick Response Fleets (QRF) are eligible for reimbursement.
  • Solo or PvE losses are NOT eligible for reimbursement.
  • Only losses within the following regions are eligible for reimbursement:
  • An After Action Report (AAR) is required for all HSC SRP requests.

Ship Specifics

  • Navy Faction Frigates (Slicer, Firetail, Comet, Hookbill) (10 M):
    • Full rack of T2 guns
    • Meta 1 or better Damage Control Module

Special Events

In order to encourage new pilots to participate and gain valuable PVP experience the HSC is reimbursing some Fight Club losses.

  • Fight Club (2m per loss, max 6m per event):
    • T1 frigates only
    • Characters must be under 3 months old

Special Ops

  • Loss must have occurred during a Campus Defense Fleet.
  • Losses within the following systems are eligible for reimbursement:


General Requirements:

  • Only LSC Roams and Quick Response Fleets (QRF) are eligible for reimbursement.
  • Losses within the following regions are eligible for reimbursement:
  • No solo or PVE losses are covered.
  • An After Action Report (AAR) is required for all LSC SRP requests.

Ship Specifics

  • Navy Faction Frigates (Slicer, Firetail, Comet, Hookbill, Vigil Fleet, Maulus Navy, Fancy Griffin, and Crucifier Navy) (10 M):
    • Full rack of T2 guns
    • Meta 1 or better Damage Control Module
  • T1 Logistics Cruisers (15 M):
    • 3/2 highslot configuration for Augoror and Osprey
    • T2 Tank (Plate/Extender can be T2 or meta†)
  • Stealth Bombers (20 M):
    • Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
    • Torpedo Launcher x3
    • Only when doing proper Stealth Bomber fleets (Torp Runs only as we do not cover NULL)
    • Fleet size must be appropriate for target
    • Please note the region coverage restrictions listed above
  • Fleet Interceptors (25 M):
    • Warp Disruptor II or faction with > 24 km range
    • MWD
    • Medium Shield Extender - meta versions are permitted purely to resolve PG/CPU fitting issues, not as a means to bypass skill requirements for the T2 versions (If you are flying a Malediction / Ares, this requirement can be waived with a Small Ancillary Armor Repairer (SAAR))
    • Damage Control - meta 1 or better
    • Targeting range exceeds overheated point range (i.e. Ionic Field Projector rig or Signal Amplifier)
  • Battlecruisers, combat (50 M):
    • Racial BC IV+
    • T2 tank


To be eligible for reimbursement under this section, a loss must have happened on a campus QRF/roam (for which some hulls require an NSC AAR). Roughly speaking, the fleet must be recognisable as an NSC fleet, and be in Syndicate or its immediate surroundings; however, this is ultimately up to the SRP officer who processes the application, and on occasion the NSC Manager.

Ship Specifics

The following ship types DO NOT require an AAR for reimbursement:

  • T1 Logistics Cruisers (25 M):
    • 3/2 highslot configuration for Augoror and Osprey
    • T2 Tank (Plate/Extender can be T2 or meta†)
  • Battlecruisers, ALL (50 M):
    • T2/M4 Guns/Launchers/Neuts
    • T2 Tank
  • Combat Interceptors (25 M):
    • T2/M4 guns
    • T2 Tank + SAAR
  • Interdictors (50 M):
    • Interdiction Sphere Launcher
    • 2x tank modules including at least 1 Extender/Plate (T2 or meta†)
    • MWD
    • or any official NSC campus reship fits as specified in Fleet-Up
  • Faction Cruisers (50 M):
    • T2 guns/launchers/drones (factions heavies)
    • T2 tank
  • Retribution (40 M):
    • T2 Rigs
  • Deacon (50 M):
    • T2 Rigs
    • A-Type Remote Armour Reps

The following ship types WILL require an AAR for reimbursement:

  • Stealth Bombers (20 M):
    • Only covered for fleets where Stealth Bombers are specifically asked for, or required
      • Fleet must include at least three Stealth Bombers
      • Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
      • Bomb Launcher
    • Torpedo mission: (e.g., Blops drop)
      • Covert Ops Cloaking Device II
      • Torpedo Launcher x3
  • Heavy Interdiction Cruisers (150 M):
    • Warp Disruption Field Generator
    • 2x Large Shield Extender (T2) OR 2x 1600mm Armour Plates (T2 or meta†)
    • 2 x T2 or better omni resist tank modules (Energized Adaptive Nano Membrane II, Adaptive Invulnerability Field II)
  • Heavy Assault Cruisers (150 M):
    • T2 Guns/Launchers/Drones
    • T2 Tank (Plate/Extender can be T2 or meta†)
    • T2 Rigs
    • Heavy Assault Cruisers IV+
  • Recons (150 M):
    • T2 Tank (Plate/Extender can be T2 or meta†)
    • Fit for fleet support with its bonus-ed role e.g. Huginn with Webs
    • Covert Ops Cloaking Device II for Force Recons (Pilgrim, Falcon, Arazu, Rapier)
    • Recon Ships IV+


To be eligible for reimbursement, a loss must have happened in a w-space system in the campus mapper chain or in a k-space system immediately adjacent to the w-space chain. Losses from lowsec and nullsec roams originating from the campus are not covered by the WHC SRP but may be covered by the general Uni Logistics Department SRP. Listed amounts include EVE University base SRP contribution.

Specific requirements by hull are listed below, but some basic principles apply to all of them. All ships must be PVP fit; this means buffer tanked with appropriate tackle modules. To be clear, the only ship on this list that shouldn't have at least one 1600mm plate or LSE is the hero tackle CovOps. Self-rep ships (either DPS or logi) are generally not eligible for reimbursement. Please refer to the WHC Fleet-up page for fitting guidance.

Site running fleets

Given the mixed PVE/PVP nature of wormhole space, the programme does extend to losses from ambushes (from other players) while site running. However, in order to be eligible the site running fleet must:

  • Have a designated FC.
  • Be fully PVP fit.
  • Have sufficient logistics appropriate to the value of the fleet (i.e., T2 logi if T2/T3 ships are fielded).

Reimbursements for losses which occur in this context require an AAR which sufficiently describes the circumstances.

Specific hull requirements

  • Deacon (30M):
    Requires small ship fleet
  • Navy Augoror/Navy Vexor (50M)
  • Battlecruisers, both combat and boosting (50 M)
    All battlecruisers are covered, including Attack BCs
  • Fleet Hurricane (100M) - Doctrine fits only
  • Command ships:
    • Damnation/Sleipnir (250M) - Doctrine fits only
    • Other Command Ships, boosting fit (150M)
      Requires: At least two Fleet Assistance Modules (Warfare Links), T2 tank
  • Heavy Assault Cruisers:
    • Sacrilege (200M) - see fleet-up for minimal/recommended fits for SRP eligibility
    • Cerberus (200 M)
    • Ishtar (100M) - see fleet-up for minimal/recommended fits for SRP eligibility
  • Heavy Interdiction Cruisers:
    • Devoter, Onyx (175 M)
  • Hero Tackle CovOps/Bombers (10M)
    Requires: AAR explaining your involvement ... not a license to be reckless
  • Recons (175 M)
    Requires: Appropriate fit for the specific hull.
  • T2 Logistics Cruisers (250 M):
    • Guardian - see fleet-up for minimal/recommended fits for SRP eligibility
    • Basilisk (partial deadspace tank req)
      Refer to the Fleet-up page for appropriate fits
      NB: T2 tank fits will *not* be eligible for SRP
  • T3 Strategic Cruisers, EWAR fit (300 M)
    Requires: properly fit ECM-Tengu, Neut-Legion or Web-Loki (including T2 tank and appropriate subsystem)
  • Stratios (125M)
    NB: Scouting/initial tackle losses only
  • Warfare Mindlink Implants (40 M)

How do I request reimbursement?

  1. Verify that the loss meets the above criteria.
  2. Fill out this form.
  3. If requesting your first BLAP Cruiser, fill out this form.
  4. Be patient. Your request will be processed when a reimbursement officer is available to do it.

Please note: Always supply your full name as it appears in game. If you are requesting a replacement or reimbursement (not a new ship) you must provide the URL of the specific loss on the EVE University killboard. Do NOT paste the actual killmail, in-game kill report, your pilot details, external killboards or whatever happened to be in your clipboard at the time into the form.


What does a “PvP fleet against another corporation” mean?

  • The fleet must have a designated FC and its purpose must be PvP combat.
  • You must be operating as part of the fleet, following the FC’s orders.
  • In-corp losses are not covered by the SRP.
  • Specific examples:
    • Solo losses are not reimbursable.
    • Doing your own thing, while technically fleeted, is not reimbursable.
    • Getting jumped while running a PvE fleet is not reimbursable.
    • Events and in-corp sparring are not reimbursable.

How do you define a “Reasonable PvP fitting”?

  • Not an obvious PvE fit.
  • Not an obvious comedy fit.
  • Not an obvious collection of whatever modules you happened to have lying around.
  • No empty slots without an obvious good reason.
  • Basically, if the fit has any chance at all of doing its intended job, you’re in good shape.

What constitutes “Reasonable Effort”?

  • You don’t have to win, but you have to give it your best shot.
  • Specifically, intentional chain suicides, comedy fleets, drunk roams, AFK losses and deliberate acts of monumental stupidity may be grounds to reject a reimbursement request. Each case is evaluated separately by the officer processing the request, so please provide sufficiently detailed comments on all losses.
  • Please note this in no way reflects management views of the above; it simply means the University will not pay for them.

What does a “sufficient” comment mean?

  • At minimum, a comment must explain the situation which led to the loss.
  • For purposes of the SRP, this means that a comment should cover three basic elements:
  1. What was the fleet doing?
  2. What happened in the engagement?
  3. Why was your specific ship lost?

I submitted a request several days ago. Why haven’t I heard anything?

  • Are you a member of EVE University or other IVY League member corporation? If not, your request has been rejected.
  • Did you type your full character name exactly as it appears in game? If not, we may not have been able to find you.
  • Also, please remember the program is entirely run by volunteers who give up their game time to provide this service. Sometimes it may take up to a week for someone to be available (and docked in a delivery station, in case of replacement hulls) with enough time on their hands to clear any backlog we may have accumulated.

Who can I contact if I have a question?

  • A current list of active Reimbursement staff is available on the Logistics Directorate page.
  • For policy clarifications, please contact the Reimbursement Manager or your campus SRP Managers.


Warning: This may not be a complete log of every change and is written as a guide only.

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