The Old Dominion University Model United Nations Society is ODU's window on the United Nations and international activism. The Society's mission is promoting global, multicultural education and leadership experience through experiential learning, stressing student participation in simulation conferences and academic courses. We represent the university at model U.N., European Union, Nato and crisis simulation conferences around the country, and by organizing major simulations of our own, including U.N. Day in October and ODUMUNC, held every February. Membership is open to students from all colleges and disciplines at the university.
The Model United Nations Society was established in 1977 by a group of Old Dominion University students who were interested in International Affairs. Why? They cared about global happenings and thought the campus should too.
Membership in the ODU Model UN Society is open to ODU undergraduate students from any discipline and year.
These are the students chosen to lead the society and take charge of conference planning for the year. Any student in good academic standing can become an officer!
ODU Model UN offers students opportunities to learn about the United Nations throughout the ODU academic year.
Get informed about the latest happenings in international affairs for term papers, delegate research, and just for fun!