Esca Sinak is an orientation officer, a reimbursement officer, a Soli comms officer, a student advocate, a diplomat, a member of the events staff and a titles officer.
You can EVEmail me in-game at Esca Sinak, or get in touch with me out-of-game by sending me a PM in any one of these workplaces:
- euniamc.slack.com // AMC Slack
- eunihsc.slack.com // HSC Slack
- euniincursions.slack.com // Incursions community Slack
- eunilsc.slack.com // LSC Slack
- euninsc.slack.com // NSC Slack
- eunisolitude.slack.com // Solitude campus Slack
- euni.slack.com // Staff Slack
Or you can send me a PM on the E-Uni forums.
About my roles
Orientation officers follow up with new members once they have been accepted. They reach out to new members to ensure they are settling in and provide them with information useful for their individual situation.
Student advocates function as mediators, addressing issues at the student level before they escalate to the point where a director would need to get involved. They are a point of contact for the student body, acting much like EVE's CSM in that they try to filter through the popular issues and bring the important ones to the attention of the directorate. The student advocate can also be considered the "voice" of the students, acting on their behalf in dealings with the Directorate. Have you got an issue or a complaint with someone? Then a student advocate is the person you should speak to.
Diplomats help uphold Eve University's neutral status, manage standings request as part of the uni's Non Aggression Pact policy, and act as a point of contact for Uni members to report diplomatic incidents for further investigation and resolution. The Diplomacy Department also receives contact from organisations outside of Ivy League who have questions about standings or wish to report any diplomatic incidents involving University members.
Titles officers process incoming student title applications: they follow up with applicants who's 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.