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June 19-20 - Model UN Camp

19- 20

Jun 19 - 20

For high school students

St. Ambrose University High School Model United Nations (SAUHMUN) is a two-day conference at which key activities of various United Nations bodies are simulated.

Cost: $100/delegate; Includes meals, lodging, T-shirt

Contact: Dr. Duk Kim, 563-333-6169,

More info: Register Online

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Representing a variety of countries, high school students - "delegates" - will sit in on General Assembly committees, Security Council, Economic and Social Council, International Press Delegation, and International Court of Justice.

By simulating these key activities, students will explore a wide range of current global issues such as international conflicts, terrorism, nuclear weapons, HIV/AIDS, human rights, the population, poverty, trade, energy, globalization, and the environment. Participants will prepare draft resolutions, negotiate, and build consensus with allies and adversaries.

Conference Participation Cost
• Per Delegate Fee: $100 per delegate (No charge for faculty advisors).
• Scholarships available. Call Vickie Logan at 563-333-6166 or email for more information.

Tentative Schedule

June 19

1-2:30 p.m., Registration, Rogalski Center Ballroom
2:30-3 p.m. Conference Info, Rules, and Procedures
3:30-4 p.m., Opening Ceremony with Introduction by Dr. Duk Kim and Welcome by Dr. Bill Parsons 
4-5:30 p.m., UN Security Council Simulation, Rogalski Center Ballrooms
4-5 p.m., Faculty Advisor meeting, TBA
5:30-6:30 p.m., Dinner, Rogalski Center Ballroom
6:30-8 p.m., UN Security Council Simulation, Rogalski Center Ballrooms
8:30-9:30 p.m., Social activities with SAU MUN students

June 20

8-9 a.m., Breakfast, Franklin Hall, Lobby
9-10 a.m., UN Security Council Simulation, Rogalski Center Ballrooms
10 a.m., Closing Ceremony, Rogalski Center Ballrooms
10:30 a.m., Check-out

Conference FAQ

What do I need to bring for the overnight stay in the residence halls?
Please bring any personal belongings (e.g. pillows, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, towels, and so forth) you desire and we recommend a light jacket and umbrella if the weather calls for rain.

Can parents spend the night on campus?
Faculty advisors only. We do not have housing available on-campus for parents.

Is there a cost for meals?
No. Dinner and breakfast are included. Please plan to eat lunch prior to arriving on campus.

Can my parents and faculty advisors visit the conference room?
Yes, they can.

Where do I meet up with my parents in the morning?
In the Rogalski Center Ballroom.

Do I need a computer or an iPad?
You are not required to bring a computer or an iPad. However, you are encouraged to have an electronic device to develop a written resolution.

Can parents come to some, but not all, of the sessions?
Yes, however we encourage you to attend as much as possible.

What is the conference attire?
Western business attire is suggested.

Can students leave campus during the night?
No, students should stay on campus during the night.

Where do we park?
Parking is available in the Rogalski Center lot, and no permit is needed (See the campus map).

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