Frequently Asked Questions

The venue is to be announced.

Yes, we encourage external schools to apply!

No, this conference is for students at the undergraduate level only.

Unfortunately, we provide alcoholic drink tickets at our events and cannot accept any minors.

Absolutely. We welcome all programs from any university!

No. The accommodations are all covered in your delegate fee. Please keep in mind that at least one person from each room needs to put their credit card(s) on file at the Fairmont for incidentals. Ordering room service or consuming any of the in-room items are added costs and will be charged on the credit card on file. TRMC is not liable for these costs.

No, each person attending the conference must fill out an application. We go through a blind application screening process, meaning we only read the application. Greater effort and detail provided into an application results in greater chances of being accepted as a delegate. Please keep in mind that you are writing an application similar to what you would write for a job.

Yes, submissions will only be received until: November 30th, 2017 at 11:59pm. There are no extensions.

Unfortunately, due to the limited capacity of the venue, no plus ones are permitted. All of our events are exclusively for delegates of the Conference. The only events your friends can attend are the social nights. They will have to buy a ticket in advance or at the door.

Yes. We can get you a letter with our letterhead but we cannot guarantee that your professor will allow you to move your exam. Please discuss this with your professors beforehand.

Unfortunately, no. We have a strict “two strikes and you’re out” policy which highlights attendance at all events.

This changes every year. To give you a better idea, last year we received over 300 applications for 150 delegate spots.

This FAQ item will be updated when we announce our venue location for 2018.

Yes. Please bring your government issued photo-ID just for the social events.

For privacy reasons, we do not release the names and contact information of other delegates. We leave it up to individual delegates to talk among themselves and make roommate arrangements.

The first round of applicants will hear from us by the third week of January. The second round of applicants will hear from us by the first week of February.

This information will be released leading up to the event.

Resume collection is for the review of our partners who may be interested in contacting individuals for opportunities. If you would like to opt out of this, we will be sending an email at the end of the application process providing you the option to do so. Please note that your submitted resume is not factored into our blind application reviews.

If you have a question that isn’t answered above, please get in touch with us!

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