National Model United Nations (NMUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations. Every year more than 5,000 student delegates from around the world participate in NMUN in New York City.
Randolph College's NMUN team is an award winning delegation made up of students from many backgrounds, with diverse interests, and with complementary skills. Our successes showcase the effort and dedication of the delegation in research, writing, listening, and problem-solving. Our delegates truly represent everything that Randolph College has to offer and what the world needs.
NMUN is about leadership. Some of the renowned leaders, today such as U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and World Court Justice Stephen M. Schwebel, are among the MUN veterans.
The MUN conference is a unique opportunity for young leaders to develop key skills in communication, creative conflict resolution, teamwork, and taking initiatives. The diverse environment created by the participants and opportunities to meet with UN diplomats allows the participating delegates to understand key aspects of international relations and inner workings of the United Nations.
The National Model UN is sponsored by the National Collegiate Conference Association (NCCA), which is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that advances understanding of United Nations in association with the United Nations Department of Public Information.