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, 02 May. 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, 03 May
03:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
Professor Seamus Donohue is back at it after Fanfest and continuing his twice weekly game mechanics Q&A Sessions. Got questions about how the game works ? Join him here and he'll answer them for you.
19:00 - [FLEET/CLASS] Travel Fleet to Querious
This is the travel fleet for NSC/LSC deployment to Querious. Christopher Nolm will be covering all sorts of Fleet Basics during this travel fleet, stopping by each of Solitude/NSC/LSC/HSC to pick up those who want to head out for the camping trip (Sorry AMC - if you want to join, head over Stacmon way as all campuses are close to Stac).
Wednesday, 04 May
17:00 - [CLASS] Project Discovery
"HPA Illuminator" of the Human Protein Atlas will be teaching a Guest Lecture about Project Discovery. This will be a very introductory class aimed at players new to Project Discovery and players who are struggling to correctly analyze samples in Project Discovery. Citizen Science? It's all here.
Thursday, 05 May
18:00 - [CLASS] Shield tanking 101
Tyera Azrael will be spending this class telling you about the basics of using your shields effectively to protect you from ending up frozen in space.
Friday, 06 May
18:00 - [CLASS] Armour Tanking 101
Dress for sucess, This includes your ship! Tyera Azrael covers the other half of tanking - Armo(u)r Tanking. This class covers the basics of how to armour your ship to improve your chances of success in New Eden.
22:00 - Capacaitor Management 101
In New Eden, your capacitor is you life. Run out of cap and you're in trouble. No guns (well, no lasers or hybrids), no active modules - you could quickly find yourself in your pod. Join Lotanis Arkturus and learn about Cap Management.
Saturday, 07 May
01:00 - Drones 101
Dark Lancelot Erkkinen presents class #5 in his series of 6 classes on "Things you can do to blow up other people. He's covered guns, he's covered missiles, this week you can listen to him "Drone" on about the other way of making explosions happen. (OK sue me, that was a bad play on words).
18:00 - Amarr Championship Q&A.
Not so much a Class as a Q&A session presented by EVE University's own Kelon Darklight, the Amarr Champion of Champions. Join Kelon for a Q&A Session about the Amarr Championship.
Sunday, 08 May
01:00 - Drones 102
In the final of his 6 classes, Dark Lancelot Erkkinen will cover more advanced aspects of all things Drones. Did you know not all drones go shooty shooty? Or that you can improve your drones performance? What about those fancy "fighters" and fighter bombers"? Join and find out.
16:00 - Bookmarking 101
Bookmarks are an important facet of travel in New Eden - whether to make tacticals on gates or Wormholes, or share a hidden secret with friends. Taught by Kora K.
19:00 - [Q&A] Game Mechanics
The second weekly game mechanics Q&A session, moderated by Professor Seamus Donohue.
20:00 - Introduction to EVE University
This is an orientation for new members, others who are interested in EVE University, or those older Unistas who just want to know more about the the Uni. The class should take about 90 minutes. Led by Torr Victros.
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.