About

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Gamma Phi Beta was founded internationally at Syracuse University on November 11, 1874 by our four founders, Helen M. Dodge, Francis E. Haven, E. Adeline Curtis, & Mary A. Bingham.

113 years later, the Epsilon Eta Chapter was founded at Bridgewater State University on November 22, 1987.

Our Sorority Colors:

Light and Dark Brown, often referred to as Brown and Mode.
(Pink is not an official color, but we like to accent with it)

Our Sorority Flower:

The Pink Carnation

Our Sorority Symbol:

Crescent Moon

Mission Statement:

We build confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around us.

Vision:

To inspire the highest type of womanhood.

Motto:

Founded on a rock.

“Since the rock is the firmest and most enduring substance, able to withstand the ravages of time, and offering the strongest protection, it seemed fitting that Gamma Phi Beta should be thus founded.” – Founder E. Adeline Curtis (Syracuse, 1874)

Our Core Values:

Love, Labor, Learning, & Loyalty

No Hazing:

Both Bridgewater State University and Gamma Phi Beta International have a ZERO tolerance policy for hazing.