The Ivy Summit is an annual gathering of student government leaders. Each fall, student leaders at the Ivy League – Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale – convene to share ideas and discuss methods for enhancing student welfare, a tradition that has come to include participation from MIT’s student leadership. The Chair of GAPSA, along with members of the Executive Board, lead Penn’s delegation at the three-day event. Each institution alternates hosting the summit.
Due to the event’s symbolism and effectiveness, both in terms of institutionalizing new ideas and publicizing future goals, GAPSA considers its participation in the Ivy Summit a major priority. While the Ivy Summit’s origins stretch back many years, GAPSA is pleased to hold the distinction of having led the movement to reconvene the summit in 2004 after it had fallen defunct. Today, the Ivy Summit enjoys consistently strong participation.
Penn is pleased to announce that it will host the 2012 summit this fall!
This year's theme: Building Mental Health Resources
- University of Pennsylvania, Fall 2012
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fall 2011
- Princeton University, Fall 2010
- Cornell University, Fall 2009
- Harvard University, Fall 2008
- Brown University, Fall 2007
- Dartmouth College, Fall 2006
- Yale University, Fall 2005
- Columbia University, Fall 2004
- University of Pennsylvania, Spring 2004