Registration for FIMUN 32 opens on August 26, 2019.
For any questions concerning registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Registration: August 26, 2019 - November 11, 2019
Delegation fee: $45
Delegate fee: $45
Regular Registration: November 12, 2019 - February 10, 2020
Delegation fee: $55
Delegate fee: $55
Late Registration: February 11th, 2020 - March 2nd, 2020
Delegation fee: $60
Delegate fee: $60
Invoices & Payment
Invoices will be sent within 72 hours of the registration form being submitted.
A new invoice will be sent every time drops are received, which is further explained below.
We accept cash, check, and PayPal for payment of fees. Schools are welcome to submit in whichever increments they prefer; however, all payments must be received by March 2, 2020.
We do not offer refunds due to school financial policies; as a result, we do not cash checks until the week following the conference.
Please contact our Under-Secretary-General for Finance, Alexander Rubido, for any questions concerning your invoice at email@example.com.
Committee assignments will be distributed within 2 weeks of the invoice being sent to your delegation. Assignments will be sent to advisor emails via Google Sheets. Delegate names must be entered in Google Sheets by March 2, 2020 in order for us to print nametags and other supplementary materials.
Assignments will be distributed on ratio; as a result, no school will have more than 40% crisis assignments and no more than 60% General Assembly/Specialized/Hybrid assignments.
Please contact our Secretary-General, Pierina Anton, for any questions concerning committee assignments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delegations may submit drops until March 2, 2020 via Google Sheets. Drops noted in Google Sheets will not be noted unless your delegation sends us an email confirming that edits have been made to the original committee assignment list. If your drops result in an inordinate shift of the 60/40 General Assembly/Crisis ratio, we reserve the right to amend your assignments accordingly for purposes of equity amongst schools.
Delegations may submit drops after March 2, 2020 for the purpose of delegation awards, but will not receive a refund for any payment already received.
A new invoice will be sent within 48 hours of each communication concerning drops.
Please contact our Director-General, Alex Anacki, for any questions concerning drops at email@example.com.
Where does FIMUN take place?
FIMUN takes place at FIU’s flagship Modesto A. Maidique campus in Miami. More information on committee locations will be available closer to the conference.
When will background guides be posted?
Background guides will be posted by the first week of December.
Are position papers required?
All General Assembly and Specialized/Hybrid committees require position papers. Any position papers submitted for crisis committees will not be accepted and do not count in awards considerations. Submission procedures are delineated in each committee’s background guide.
Which committees are dual delegation?
The World Health Organization and the Disarmament and Security Committee are both dual delegation committees.
What is your procedure for crisis notes?
(Get Santi/Gabe to write something up on pad system)
Is technology allowed in committee?
Technology is allowed in General Assembly committees for the purpose of writing working papers. Any use of technology for non-committee purposes may result in access to technology being revoked for the duration of committee. WiFi is accessible to all delegates via the FIU_WiFi network.
What is the average committee size?
Committee sizes vary from year to year. However, on average, committee sizes are:
General Assembly: (PIE)
Is parking available on campus?
Yes, parking is available on campus for all vehicles. More information on where to park will be given closer to the conference via email.
Which hotel should our delegation stay at?
What places are available to eat close to campus?
In addition to the on-campus dining options available during the conference, there are a number of places for your delegation to eat close to campus. We recommend:
What are some fun things to do in Miami?
Miami is, in our humble opinion, the best place to visit and an even better place to live. We have a variety of ideas on things to do and places to go here (NEED TO LINK).