Model United Nations

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    Photo of Model UN Students

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Stockton University Model United Nations is a campus-wide program supported by Academic Affairs and Student Affairs. Stockton’s Model UN program includes options to participate in National Model UN (NMUN) conferences in the Spring and Fall semesters. An innovative experiential learning experience, academic sport clubs like Model UN bridge the gap between extracurricular and academic activities by increasing opportunities for our students to gain skills such as communicating complex issues concisely, dealing effectively with crises under a time constraint, working with people from a variety of backgrounds, solving challenges with creative solutions, and applying discipline-specific knowledge. Experiences like Model UN are well-known by professionals in law, public policy, communication, and other fields for providing students the opportunity to gain these and other skills that are vital to compete in today’s workplace. Stockton’s Model UN program also seeks to improve awareness of foreign policy and international issues on campus and in the local community.

Each spring, the Model UN student club participates in the National Model UN (NMUN) conference in New York City with support from Student Senate, fundraising, and a modest student fee. Students selected for this team have the option to register for a 4-credit POLS or GSS course and travel to NYC for 5 days in March or April. Read more about our U.S. Team here!

Each fall, students selected for the International Travel Team have all travel expenses paid due to the generous support by Stockton University’s President Dr. Harvey Kesselman. This team welcomes students from all majors and seeks to provide this unique experiential learning opportunity to a diverse set of students who represent Stockton at an international level. Students selected for the International Travel Team are required to enroll in GSS 2635: UN Experience in the fall semester and travel in November or over winter break. Read more about our fully-funded International Travel Team here!

View the Flipbook for our recent International Travel Team:

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Stockton’s Model UN program participates in the National Division. 

The National Division provides students with opportunities to interact and learn from professionals in the field as they setup sessions at the State Department, UN Headquarters, and smaller workshops with directors and leaders of regional and international organizations working in areas such as food security.

These invaluable opportunities can also not be duplicated outside the conference experience. The conference experience is intense and learning-centered, allowing our students to develop skills while learning about global issues from different perspectives. [1]