Friday, January 6
9:00-9:30 am: Registration
9:30-10:30 am: Opening Ceremonies
10:30-12:30 pm: Committee Session 1
12:30-1:45 pm: Lunch
1:45-5:00 pm: Committee Session 2
5:00-6:30 pm: Dinner
6:30-8:30 pm: Committee Session 3
Saturday, January 7
9:30-12:30 pm: Committee Session 4
12:30-1:30 pm: Lunch
1:30-3:45 pm: Committee Session 5
4:00-5:00 pm: Closing Ceremonies
Logistics & Lodging
CNYMUN is a two-day conference that begins on Friday morning and continues to Saturday evening. Lodging of about a 100 rooms is being provided at the Crowne Plaza conveniently located near Syracuse University. Schools using CNYMUN organized arrangements must be responsible for paying for their rooms as well as any ancillary room expenses/damages. Schools must also be aware of the need for transportation from the Crowne Plaza to the conference premises, as the distance is not walkable for the students. Transport would be needed Friday morning and night and Saturday morning. All transportation parking fees will be covered by the conference as a courtesy to our visiting schools.
Please advise Lexi Tulcewicz with billing and rooming list information or any further questions.
701 E Genesee St, Syracuse, NY 13210
With CNYMUN back on the Syracuse campus, the old tradition of meals on Marshall Street is back! A short five-minute walk from the committee rooms, Marshall Street offers a wide variety of quick, easy, and cheap food options. Here’s a quick overview of what’s on Marshall Street after two years of changes:
For something quick and familiar, chain restaurants like Chipotle, and Five Guys are open. Dunkin’, Salt City Coffee, Kung Fu Tea, or Hi Tea will sell the energy boosts you need to power your way through the next committee session. There’s plenty of ethnic cuisine as well, including Chinese, Mediterranean, Indian, Japanese, and Mexican. And of course, there are the Marshall Street classics of Varsity Pizza and Insomnia Cookies.
Meal times are great for meeting up with your friends from other committees over a slice of pizza or getting to know your new friends from other schools while digging into some cookies. We strongly encourage delegates to use this as a time away from committee and to form new friendships.
For a full list of food options, please visit https://crousemarshall.com/dining-and-nightlife/restaurants/. Keep in mind that delegates must return back to committee on time so they are discouraged from choosing to eat at restaurants with long wait times. Delegates should bring enough money for all of their meals with an average of $10-20 per meal.