EVE University operates in several locations across the EVE Universe. Over time, some groups have formed around a key activity or location, forming what we call "Campuses". Some campuses are tightly tied to the University, with official managers and officers appointed by University management to oversee the campus. Other communities are student organized, with no appointed leader. Each campus will have its own internal programs that they run, separate from the main university.
Campuses are a part of our greater community, not a separate community - there are frequent inter-campus fleets, events and so on, and when one campus requires help, the campuses will often respond with support. No matter which or how many campuses you may be in, you are always part of EVE University.
The Campus Coordinator - a position currently held by Rose Chanlin - is the liason officer for the campuses, helping to co-ordinate activities and fleets, and dealing with inter-campus issues.
Aldrat is the headquarters of Eve University. It has fully stocked hangars and many corporate services available, including a corporate POS (Harmonia) which - amongst other things - has mineral compression & reprocessing services available for use.
Many practical classes and events will take place in Aldrat - but not all; make sure to carefully read class & event forum threads for any details of locations. Aldrat is in Minmatar high-security space only a few jumps from the market hub of Hek, and ideally placed for missioning, mining and other PvE activities.
Official University Campuses
These Campuses are run by a manager and officers appointed by EVE University. They benefit from University resources & services, but in addition often operate their own internal programs, such as ship replacement and loot distribution/re-buying.
Managers and officers in these groups have the same authority and responsibilities as a manager or officer of any other division of the University. All official campuses require - if you are actively operating in the area - you to be logged into Mumble and in the standing fleet to coordinate activities whilst playing.
Low-Sec Campus (LSC)
The Low-Sec Campus focuses on living in low security space, currently based in Uphallant in the Placid region (within easy reach of both Syndicate nullsec, and hisec). Its mission statement is to "provide an educational location where newcomers to low security space can learn the skills needed to not only succeed, but thrive under constant threat". For more information, visit the Low-Sec Campus page.
There are no title or skill requirements to join the Low-Sec Campus.
NullSec Campus (NSC)
The Nullsec Campus focuses on living in null security space, currently based in PC9-AY in the Syndicate region (again, within easy reach of both Placid lowsec, and hisec). Its mission statement is to "establish and maintain a supportive base in NPC nullsec space, give students the opportunity to experience living in nullsec and with the risks associated, and provide the opportunity to learn to survive and to practice PvP and PvE nullsec activities". For more information, visit the Nullsec Campus page.
There are no title or skill requirements to join the NullSec Campus.
Wormhole Campus (WHC)
The Wormhole Campus focuses on living in wormhole space, and dedicated to educating students about wormhole life. The WHC is currently based in J211936, a C2 wormhole with hisec and C3 static connections; giving easy access to known space for logistics, and to higher class w-space for PvP and PvE. Wormhole space is one of the most hostile - but also one of the most lucrative - areas of space in EVE. For more information, visit the Wormhole Campus page.
The Sophomore title and some specific skills are required to join the Wormhole Campus.
These communities have no central leader assigned by EVE University. While they are not directly under University control, the University can step in and take over one if the need arises. All students participating in these groups are expected to be part of the EVE University community and follow the overall direction set by EVE University Management. However, the University is not in charge of their specific programs, and is not responsible for any problems that arise as a result.
Members of these communities are not officers or managers in the University, however they are often experienced players with the desire to help out new players in their area of expertise. Just like the official campuses however, the Campus Coordinator is available with help and support if required.
Amarr Mining Campus (AMC)
The Amarr Mining Campus organizes an outlet for miners in the University, and was founded to provide EVE University students with the opportunity to learn how to mine efficiently and safely, including both solo and fleet operation mining, in a friendly and supportive environment. For more information, visit the Amarr Mining Campus page.
Project Solitude aims to provide an isolated environment where students require motivation and self-sufficiency to survive. This area provides easy access to low-sec and null-sec opportunities. The focus of this campus is on exploration, missioning, and industrial endeavours. For more information, visit the Project Solitude page.
EVE University has an active Incursion Community that works together to introduce students and alumni to that area of the game, and to run sites together. The community primarily focuses on running short-ranged, stationary shield fleets in Vanguard sites, and has a doctrine that is very forgiving of the lower skill-point and cheaper hulls often associated with E-UNI students. For more information, visit the Incursions section of the wiki.
High Sec Group
The recently-formed High Sec Group is intended to provide an educational location where newcomers to EVE can work together, learn, and flourish; and a starting point where new players can easily try their hand at PvP, missions, manufacturing, and any other aspect of the game with ease. For more information, visit the High Sec Group page.