Gamma Phi Beta

"Founded Upon a Rock"

Gamma Phi Beta aims to foster a nurturing environment for women to achieve their potential through lifelong commitment to intellectual growth, individual worth, and philanthropic service.


Our four core values of love, labor, learning, and loyalty contribute to everyday decisions of our members.


The term ‘sorority’ was first used to describe Gamma Phi Beta at Syracuse University. Since then, it has been used to describe all female Greek organizations, however, Gamma Phi Beta retains the status as the original sorority.


Here at Miami University, we strive to make an impact on campus. Sisters are not only involved in a variety of other organizations, but are influential leaders that are constantly making a difference at Miami.


This diversity is what makes the Beta Epsilon chapter so unique. Despite wide-ranging interests, members stay connected through sisterhood events, socials, family dinners, and philanthropy events to benefit the Gamma Phi international philanthropy, Building Strong Girls.


The combination of successful, influential women and the originality that is so unique to Gamma Phi Beta helps each member shine on Miami’s campus.



President: Catherine King -

Recruitment Chair: Sophie Burtis

Suite Location: 152 Hamilton Hall

National Founding Date: Syracuse University, November 11, 1874

Local Founding Date: April 12, 1947

Colors: Brown & Mode

Symbol: Crescent Moon

Nickname: Gamma Phi
National Philanthropy: Building Strong Girls

Membership: 213
Average GPA: 3.52

Required GPA: 2.8

New Member Dues: $747.50

Active Member Dues: $507.50(inclusive)

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