Frequently Asked Questions

Information on the dates, location, and costs of UCBMUN XXIII can be found on the About page.

What is the registration process?

To begin the registration process please fill out our registration form! Once you have completed the initial registration form, we will send you a PayPal invoice and other information pertaining to conference such as committee preferences, hotel discounts, and flight codes.

Your registration will be finalized once payment is received—whether by invoice or by check. We will continually send out information leading up to conference.

When will we receive committee assignments?

We will finalize committee assignments sometime around January. Committee assignments will be made on a rolling basis once your school fills out the committee preference form and registration has been finalized (i.e. once payment has been received through PayPal or through the mail). Assignments will not be released until payment is finalized.

Do I need to pay a delegation fee even if I’m coming alone from my school?

Yes, although you may be coming to conference as an individual delegate, we still register you under your school. The delegation fee applies whether you are registering as a group or individual.

How can I get a tourist visa letter?

Once you fill out our initial registration form and indicate that you will be traveling internationally, we will ask if you need a tourist visa letter. Once your registration is finalized (i.e. payment is received either through PayPal or mail), then we will send you a tourist visa letter to help you acquire a tourist visa.

How do I send a check if my area doesn’t have PayPal?

If you’d prefer to send a check for the registration fee, please send it to:

ASUC/UC Berkeley Model United Nations
c/o LEAD Center
432 Eshleman Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4500

The instructions will also be specified in your PayPal invoice. Once your check is received, then we will finalize your registration.

What is considered a large vs. a small delegation?

Small delegations are considered eleven members and fewer, while large delegations are twelve or more. Delegation awards will be decided according to the number of awards won by a delegation (50% weight) and the proportion of people within a delegation who win awards (50%).