Welcome to Gamma Phi Beta!
On November 11, 1874, Gamma Phi Beta sorority was founded by Helen M. Dodge, Frances E. Haven, E. Adeline Curtis, and Mary A. Bingham at Syracuse University in New York. As a member of Gamma Phi Beta, you get to be you – and become the best you possible! Our lifetime leadership and educational opportunities equip strong, intelligent women with the tools they need to achieve their greatest potential at any stage in life. Here at Gamma Phi Beta, at the University of Oregon, you develop meaningful, lasting friendships with other women who not only offer encouragement and inspiration, but will also always be by your side. In fact, the term "sorority" – meaning sisterhood – was coined for Gamma Phi Beta, and while many other women's fraternal organizations are incorporated as "fraternities," Gamma Phi Beta remains a true Sorority. ☽
Bid Day 2015
After a week long process including one-on-one's with potential new members, beautiful house tours and showing what our incredible sisterhood is all about, Gamma Phi Beta celebrated the end of recruitment with a beach inspired bid day. A group of Gammas headed to the amphitheater decked out in tutus, tank tops and fun face jewels with only one thing on their minds.....new members! Bid day is special for not only new members, but for the whole chapter as well; which is why we try and create the most memorable experience possible for everyone! From glass-decorated letters to free Dutch Bros., crazy boas, and a bouncy house!!, bid day for Gamma Phi was a huge success this year bringing home 69 amazing girls.