Where is the conference located?
WYOMUN is hosted at Wyoming High School, 106 Pendery Avenue, Wyoming, Ohio.
Is there an age/grade range for WYOMUN?
Yes. WYOMUN is available to all delegates in grades seven through twelve.
Will high school students interact with middle school students in committee?
No. Although WYOMUN is a conference with both high school and middle school aged delegates, they will not be placed in the same committees.
Does a delegate need to belong to a Model UN club?
Not at all! While clubs are encouraged to attend, groups or individual students not in a club are equally welcome.
What should I bring to committee?
Delegates should bring any background research that they have complied to committee. Items such as water, pens, and paper will be provided, but can be supplied individually if desired. Delegates should NOT bring pre-written resolutions to committee, as they are not allowed at WYOMUN.
Are position papers required?
No, position papers are not required for WYOMUN, but we do recommend them, as we believe they are valuable preparation tools. Position papers should be original, as plagiarism is not tolerated at WYOMUN. Furthermore, submitted position papers will be taken into account in determining awards.
What is the dress code for the conference?
The dress code for WYOMUN is Western Business Attire.
How do I get a conference shirt?
Every delegate who attends the conference receives a free shirt with payment. Additional merchandise may be available for purchase.
Do I need MUN experience to be successful at WYOMUN?
While a degree of familiarity with Parliamentary Procedure and background research on your committee topic is very helpful, WYOMUN is by all means a beginner friendly conference.
What is a Dynamic SA?
A Dynamic Specialized Agency is a committee format that generally follows the structure of a traditional SA, however, with intermittent opportunities for crisis notes during unmoderated caucuses. This new format seeks to maintain the traditional policy-centric nature of a SA, while also empowering delegates to exercise the powers of their positions. This all culminates in a hyper realistic committee environment.