Since 1994, the Baylor MUN team has sponsored a High School Model United Nations Conference each Fall. Beginning with only six schools and 94 students representing 8 member states in 1994, the conference has grown considerably. By 1997 Baylor's MUN team hosted over 300 students from 21 schools representing 51 member states. Model UN team members host the conference, serving as the Secretariat, committee chairs, judges, expert witnesses, conference coordinators, and faculty-student liaisons.
Baylor will host the conference on Saturday, October 27, 2018.
New for 2018 – each committee, with the exception of the Contemporary Security Council, will have a preset agenda with a single topic. Registration opens on August 15.
GA 1: Terrorism in the Digital Age
GA 2: Climate Change: The Kyoto Protocol, the Paris Treaty, and Beyond
GA 3: Human Rights, Immigration, and the Global Refugee Crisis
WHO: Global Mental Health
IAEA: Nuclear Waste Management
Historical Security Council 1984: Northern Ireland
Contemporary Security Council (2 topics for this committee): The situation in Syria & The situation in Myanmar
For those needing lodging, we have requested a block of rooms at an area hotel and will post this information on our website by September 5 under the Travel and Baylor info page.
July 23 Delegate guide posted – Includes committee topic guides, parliamentary procedure rules, and position paper instructions.
August 15, 8:00 AM - Online registration opens – Member State assignments begin and continue on a rolling basis.
September 27, 5:00 PM - Priority registration deadline – note that for the past four years, the conference filled before the priority deadline. Should this happen again in 2018, we will create a waiting list.
October 11, 5:00 PM – Registration ends – This is the last day to submit a new registration for the conference, change delegate numbers, or request chaperone lunches. Please use the original registration form link to submit changes, and check the box for updated registration. No requests for changes (increase or decrease) in delegate numbers will be accepted after this date, except for any additions made from the waiting list.
October 12, 8:00 AM – Wait list registrants notified – Those placed on the waiting list will be notified whether or not their registration will be accommodated for the conference and will have until Monday, October 15 at 5:00 pm accept their invitation.
October 12, 5:00 PM – Final invoice and permission forms available – these will be emailed to the faculty advisor. Final payment and signed, hard copies of the forms will be due the day of the conference. Invoices may be requested before this date, if you need more advance notice to arrange payment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the invoice.
October 17, 5:00 PM – Deadline to submit position papers to be considered for awards – position papers are optional, but papers must be in the specified format to be eligible for awards. Detailed instructions and submission guidelines are provided in the Delegate Guide, which will be available online by August 10.
Saturday, October 27, 8:00 AM -6:00 PM – 2018 Conference - please bring final payment and event permission forms with you to the conference, if you do not mail them in advance.
In this guide, you will find: