The following was taken from this weeks EVE University public mailing list which you join in game by signing up to 'Classes.E-UNI'.
The primary purpose of EVE University is to teach new (and old) players about the basics of life in EVE and various aspects of game play. To that end they hold regular classes, both theoretical and practical, in order to accomplish this goal. You can find more information on how to join their classes on their website here. If you are unable to attend a live class due to time zone differences, you will also be able to find transcripts of their classes as well.
Please note that most of our classes are public! You do not need to be a member of EVE University to join!
This is a preliminary overview of University classes scheduled for the week of Monday, 21 March. All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the lecturer and/or teaching staff. All times are specified in EVE time. All classes are open to the public unless specified otherwise.
Tuesday, 22 March
03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
Professor Seamus Donohue hosts another of his twice-weekly Q&A sessions. Come ask about any game mechanics you'd like to learn more about or just lurk and learn.
18:00 - Drones 101
Drones can be a powerful part of any capsuleer's inventory, but only if the pilot knows how to use them effectively. This class provides a general introduction to combat drones, and ships specializing in launching them. Taught byMartin Vanzyl.
Thursday, 24 March
17:00 - Hauling 101
Tavion Aksmis will host this basic introduction to hauling and cover what hauling involves, why you might want to do it, the ships you'd need, and basic tips about how to haul well.
18:30 - Hauling 102
This is a course for those who seek to do hauling as a serious profession in EVE. This course tells you how to break some of the rules established in Hauling 101 out of necessity while still remaining safe. Taught by Tavion Aksmis.
Friday, 25 March
01:00 - Incursions 101
This is an introduction to running Incursions, a challenging type of PvE content that requires fleets, particular fits, coordination and a sense of humor. Eve University has an active Incursion community that is always looking for more people to join. The skill/isk requirements to carry out some fleet tasks are quite low, while the payouts are pretty high (60M isk/hour and up...) and it's a fun time. Come learn more, whether it's to join up or just understand what that "Incursion Profile" means when you see it while traveling. Led by Nesomir Renalard.
Saturday, 26 March
17:00 - Mining 101
Mining is one of the most common ways to earn ISK in EVE. In this class, we'll introduce the essential elements for successful resource mining (asteroids, ice, and gas), and how to get the most effectiveness out of your mining ship fittings. Taught by Solidus Obscura.
Sunday, 27 March
22:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
Another of Professor Seamus Donohue's twice-weekly Q&A sessions where you're free to drop in and ask about any game mechanic that has you confused or wanting to know more.
That's all as far as the current schedule goes. All classes can also be found on the EVE University calendar. For information on how to join EVE University, please see Applying to EVE University. If you wish to contribute to the University by hosting classes of your own, please see Joining the Faculty.