We are thrilled that you are interested in attending PMUNC! This page will provide you with a comprehensive checklist of everything you need to take care of before the conference.  


1) Register online by 10/28

Your head delegate or faculty advisor must register online in order to attend PMUNC. The regular registration deadline is 10/28, but delegations who register before 9/13 receive a special discounted rate (see our Expenses and Aid section for more details). 

If your delegation registers after 10/28, you will be charged an additional $5 per delegate. You may be placed on a waiting list if spots in the conference are no longer available. 

2) Pay conference fees

PMUNC accepts online payment via credit card, as well as mailed-in checks. There is a space to specify which method you prefer on our registration form. After your delegation has registered for the conference, our Chargé will contact you with more information on how to pay.

3) Confirm Travel and Hotel ACCOMMODATIONS

If you are planning on staying at the conference hotel, your delegation must also contact the hotel to book the appropriate number of rooms and meal plans. For important information on how to book, please click the button below. 

4) Submit COMMITTEE Preferences

After registration and payment, each delegation should submit a list of committees that they would like spots in. More information will be provided by our Chargé after registration. 

Newer delegates should take particular note of our novice committees, which are specifically designed for students with little to no Model UN experience. Additionally, delegates applying for crisis committees should be aware that these committees require an application. 

4) Confirm Assignments

Later in the fall, our Chargé will release committee and country assignments if your delegation has successfully submitted payment. Faculty advisors should inform students in their delegation of the country and committee that they have been assigned. 

5) Prepare for your committee

Once you have received your country and committee assignments, you should begin preparing for your committee. For best results, you should read your committee's background guide, brush up on parliamentary procedure, and familiarize yourself with PMUNC's rules and committee policies. You will also be required to write a short position paper for your committee, to be submitted in the weeks before the conference.