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 their 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.
Monday, 28 March
20:00 - Gunnery 101
Gunnery 101 is to help teach new players all the intricacies of use turrets to make bad ships go boom. Topics to be covered include turret types, sizes and levels; along with tracking, signature resolution, and other gunnery mathematical values. Taught by Tyera Azrael.
Tuesday, 29 March
03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
Professor Seamus Donohue awaits any and all game-mechanics questions in his twice-weekly Q&A sessions. Come join and learn more about this complex game.
Wednesday, 30 March
19:00 - D-Scan 101
This is a class on the functions and uses of the Directional scanner - often called the "d-scan". There is a large amount of information stored in the scanner, and it can be overwhelming if you don't know what your looking at. The d-scanner has a wide variety of uses that can be used even by total beginners. This class teaches the fundamentals of using this tool in a format eagsily understandable by the newest of EVE players. Taught by Kora K.
Thursday, 31 March
19:00 - Fleet 101
Fleets 101 is designed to go over EVE University fleet formation and function. Proper formation etiquette is explained as well as the basic fleet commands one can expect in a uni fleet. Taught by Kora K.
Friday, 01 April
23:00 - Planetary Interaction 101
Live streamed via Twitch, this class will be taking you through the process of deciding what you want to build, what planets you will need to build it, and how to set up your planets.
Sunday, 03 April
19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
The second of Professor Seamus Donohue's twice-weekly Q&A sessions. Come ask about the game or just lurk and learn more.
That's all as far as the current schedule goes. As always, 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.