UCONN Model UN Conference

NOVEMBER 2nd-4TH, 2018

UCONN at Storrs

8th grade and up (Please ask Mrs. H if you are an older 7th grader and would like to attend)

Registration is closed

We won 7 awards three years ago at this conference (!!) including a Best Delegate and we won a Best Delegate the year before here too!


Parent Coordinator

Monica Hohlfelder

Position Paper Guidelines

Committee Assignments


Over 300 delegates from across the Northeast participated last year. New and highly engaging topics in fifteen committees that range from the Security Council to the World Food Programme. Delegates will develop their skills in research, public speaking and negotiation in the world on international relations. Delegates are encouraged to be creative in finding solutions to the world’s most pressing issues.

New Students

Yes - you can come!!  You will have more experience than some of the other delegates from our work in class.  You will learn tremendous amounts.


We are not going to arrange lodging as a school.  For many of us, when you consider the time it takes to wait for shuttles back and forth to the hotel, it makes more sense to return home at nights and get a good night's sleep.  It also substantially reduces the cost of participation. That being said, this is going to be a very full three days! (See schedule below). My hope is that, as in years past, those of us who live closer to Storrs can help accommodate those of you who don't.  Parents are free to make whatever lodging and commuting plans are most convenient for them.  We commuted the last few years and it was a lot but doable. Students driving with Mrs. H. will meet at her place Friday at 1:10PM. Those driving themselves should meet Mrs. H. at 2:20 in the Student Union 1st Floor across from the ice-cream store - our normal spot.

Parental Attendance

This is a drop-off activity.  Parents are not allowed to attend committee sessions but are welcome to join us for Closing Ceremonies.

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Appearance and Attire for UConn MUN

  1. Delegates are required to wear Western Business Attire to all conference events.

  2. Men will wear a suit or a jacket and dress pants, with a dress shirt and tie.

  3. Women will wear either a dress, suit, dress pants, or skirt with a blouse or sweater. Skirts must remain a professional length, which means it must not be shorter than 3 inches above the knee.

  4. Stomachs and shoulders must remain covered through the duration of the conference.

  5. Jeans, t-shirts, tank tops, sweatshirts, baseball caps, sneakers, “UGGs”, leggings, and sandals are prohibited.

  6. All delegates must be dressed in appropriate Western Business Attire in order to participate in conference events. Those deemed inappropriately dressed by members of UCMUN staff will be asked to change attire before being allowed to return to committee.


We will eat at meal breaks and snacks at the tables in the Student Union for dinner on Friday, lunch on Saturday and lunch on Sunday. Students are welcome to bring food from home although, even if they do, they will want to bring money for snacks and drinks. These are long days and the kids get hungry so make sure they have enough money, or food and money, so they can get sustenance when needed!  

Here is a list of some of the restaurants that are in the food court:  

  • The Student Union Market Place

  • One Plate, Two Plate- Located in the Student Union (Healthy fast food)

  • Panda Express- Located in the Student Union

  • Subway- Located in theStudentUnion

  • Union Street Market – Food Court within Union (Tostada, Salad Bar, and Pizza8


The cost for this tournament is $170 per delegate. This includes school and delegate registration, the participation fee for the three days and coaches' expenses. We are fortunate we are basically local so we don't have to pay hotel fees for the weekend like the majority of the other debaters.  If the fee poses a financial hardship for anyone, please email us at Admin@WestfieldAcademy.net.