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The ACC Leadership Symposium is a three-day leadership conference aimed at engaging students with peers across the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Bringing together delegations from each of the 15 Atlantic Coast Conference member institutions, the ACC Student Leadership Symposium is designed to engage students on issues prevalent in the 21st century and to envision innovative opportunities to promote  inclusion, human dignity and the common good within their campuses, local and global communities.

Student leaders from current ACC colleges and universities have the opportunity to engage in educational sessions, hear keynote addresses, explore topical content, and participate in experiential application through their group project collaboration and presentations.

The 2022 ACC Leadership Symposium took place on April 1-3, 2022, at Syracuse University with the theme Breaking the Barrier: Creating an Intersectional Community. The place and dates for next year's Symposium has yet to be announced.

Each year students have the opportunity to apply to be part of the Georgia Tech student delegation who attends the symposium.

Applications to participate as a member of the 2023 Georgia Tech delegation will open later this year.

Past Delegations

2019 Georgia Tech Delegation
  • Abigail Cliche
  • Jhazzmyn Joiner
  • Brittany Powell
  • Darryl Terry
  • Maria Yagnye
2018 Georgia Tech Delegation
  • Alec Hendrix
  • Nicole Kuo
  • Olivia Pool
  • Dylan Steinfeld
  • Richard Wang
2017 Georgia Tech Delegation
  • Alec Hendrix
  • Emily Hale
  • Sashitya Nara
  • Anju Suresh
  • Sydney White
2016 Georgia Tech Delegation
  • Jennifer Abrams, Public Policy
  • Joshua Bartlett, Mechanical Engineering
  • Akanksha Bhatia, Biomedical Engineering
  • Julia Falvey, Business Administration
  • Morgan Foreman, Psychology
2015 Georgia Tech Delegation
  • Ellen Min, Industrial Engineering
  • Yvonne Ploder, International Affairs
  • Erica Richards, Mechanical Enginering
  • Jeremiah Robertson, Aerospace Engineering
  • Dillon Roseen, History Technology & Society