ADVISOR PREPARATION GUIDE

This is a comprehensive guide for advisors; please review it especially if you are new to Model UN or to UNA-GB


RELEVANT MAPS

Below is a map of Northeastern for your reference:


Below is a map of the conference area (including Wentworth Institute of Technology and Northeastern University):



CONFERENCE SCHEDULE



PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Wentworth Institute of Technology and Northeastern University are easily reached by public transportation. Take the ORANGE line to Ruggles or the GREEN (E) line to Northeastern University.


PARKING INFORMATION

On the weekends, parking is available in the Columbus Ave. lot (between the two parking garages) on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, visitors may park at the Northeastern University Renaissance Parking Garage at 835 Columbus Ave.

When space is available on weekends, buses may park free of charge in the Columbus Ave. lot. No permit is required. There is also metered parking available.


ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Advisors and Parents: All adults attending the conference (i.e. Advisors and Chaperones) must be registered with the conference and wearing a nametag. Any adults expected to attend the conference must be listed on the Delegate Information Form (available above). Unfortunately, due to space constraints, parents are not invited to the committee sessions. Parents are invited to closing ceremonies at 3:30 in Watson Hall of Wentworth Institute of Technology.

  • Driving Directions and notes about parking are on page 4 of the Preparation Guide for Advisors. As noted, the Renaissance garage should be useful - parking on Saturday is $6 or $7. Please look in the Advisor's guide for directions and notes about other parking options.

  • Lunch will be provided to students and will be in the international dining hall. For menu, see:


    http://www.nudining.com/international-village
  • Technology: Neither cell phones nor laptops are to be used at this Conference. Students may have cell phones for safety reasons but should keep them out of sight and on silent.

  • Dress code Each delegate should be attired in appropriate business dress for all committee sessions; sneakers or jeans are not acceptable. Males are to wear suits or dressshirts and ties. Females are to wear dresses, suits, or professional pants. Professional presentation is required; hair and jewelry should not detract from a delegate‚Äôs overall professional appearance. See additional notes on dress for Model UN from UNA-USA: http://www.unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un/how-to-participate/model-un-preparation/dressing-for-success