Gamma Phi Beta is one of the 10 oldest woman's organizations. Dating back to our founding on November 11th, 1874, at Syracuse University, New York. This organization was the first to be coined the term "sorority", with all predecessors being termed "women's fraternities".
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About Our Chapter
In 1968, a group of bright, determined and like-minded individuals set out to establish the Texas State University Gamma Chi Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta. Their courage to start a new chapter speaks volumes about who they were, and we’re honored to follow in their footsteps.
Our Sorority represents a group of diverse women who always strive for the highest level of excellence, as our founders intended. Shared goals and interests in areas of service, academics and building solid relationships hold our chapter together and define who are we.
Our Mission Statement
We build confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around us.
To inspire the highest type of womanhood.
Our Core Values:
Love, Labor, Learning and Loyalty