Our goal in delineating the curfew policy below is to ensure the safety of all conference participants. We are confident that a thorough understanding of our policies by both moderators and delegates will prevent miscommunication and misunderstanding with our security staff and allow for a safe, positive conference experience for all those involved.
Please note that all delegates will be held accountable to these conference-wide rules, regardless of any individual policies that may be instituted by participating schools.
- All delegates need to physically be back in the hotel half an hour before curfew. (For example, on Friday night, curfew is at midnight, but delegates must be back by 11:30 p.m.) At this point, security staff will be watching the entrances to the Hilton, and any students arriving late will be appropriately sanctioned.
- In the half hour before curfew while delegates are required to be in the hotel (for example, from 11:30 p.m. to midnight) delegates may socialize in common areas of the newly renovated Hilton. (Note that delegates will not be allowed in McClellan’s Bar.) Delegates may not, however, congregate in the hallways, so as to respect other hotel guests. If students do so or are excessively loud, we reserve the right to direct students to their room, even prior to official curfew.
- Male delegates may not socialize in the rooms of female delegates, and female delegates may not socialize in the rooms of male delegates at any time.
- Prior to curfew, male and female delegates may only socialize in a moderator’s room at the moderator’s discretion.
- In accordance with Hilton fire code policies, doors may not be propped open with the door guard lock. Male and female delegates may not be in the same room even if the door is propped.
NAIMUN LI Security Staff reserves the right to sanction delegates defying any aspect of the Delegate Code of Conduct, including curfew or noise violations.
- All violations will be noted in an official log maintained throughout the weekend.
- Students involved in multiple citations may be subject to consequences at the discretion of the NAIMUN Security Staff and the Secretary-General, including but not limited to the loss of award eligibility, removal from committee session(s), or, in extreme instances, expulsion from the conference.