Who We Are
The Epsilon Lambda Chapter
National Founding: November 11, 1874, Syracuse University
University of Alabama Founding: 1989
Philanthropic Mission: Building Strong Girls
Symbol: Crescent Moon
Flower: Pink Carnation
Colors: Pink, Brown, and Mode
Motto: "Founded On a Rock"
The Epsilon Lambda chapter prides itself on a strong sisterhood comprised of bright, empowered women. We embrace the individuality of each member while striving towards our mission of inspiring the highest type of womanhood. We provide many opportunities for members to gather together, from movie nights at our chapter facility to retreats to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. Throughout our college years, we strive to create friendships that will last a life time.
My sisters inspire me with their involvement to be a better version of myself. The bond of sisterhood we have at Gamma Phi Beta is unlike any other, and I am so proud to be a part of it!
- Lillie Mills, Fall 2016 MEMBER Class
As Gamma Phi Betas, scholarship is always our top priority. Our members strive every day for academic excellence and achieve it with the great support of all of our sisters. You can find Gamma Phi women involved in various academic and leadership societies around campus. Our scholarship programming includes sisterhood study nights, scholarship shout-outs, incentives for good grades, and more. Gamma Phi Beta provides an encouraging environment that grows with our members to help every sister achieve her academic best.