A Lifetime CommitmentGamma Phi Beta would not be the strong, vital, international entity it is today without the willing, loving commitment of her alumnae members. Here are ways that you can support the continued growth of our sisterhood:
Recommend a New Member
Alumnae play a key role in Gamma Phi Beta’s recruitment and growth by recommending potential new members to the Sorority. A reference provides information on the candidate’s qualities that make her compatible with Gamma Phi Beta’s core values and illustrates the contributions she may offer our Sorority.
To recommend a member, please login and fill out a recommendation form on Gamma Phi Beta’s websiteGamma Phi Beta Sorority Website
Reference forms for potential new members attending the University of Oklahoma can be mailed to:
Gamma Phi Beta, Psi Chapter
C/O Recruitment Chair
1105 S. College Avenue
Norman, OK 73072
Gamma Phi Beta volunteers are valuable supporters who devote their time, energy, experience and expertise to the Sorority. They impact policies and programs that affect our sisterhood and play an active role in the future of our Sorority.
To complete a Volunteer Interest Form, please visit the Gamma Phi Beta international websiteGamma Phi Beta Sorority website
By paying your international alumnae dues, you ensure the traditions of membership and lifelong benefits sustain our ever-growing and ever-changing sisterhood.
Your international alumnae dues directly support Gamma Phi Beta by:
Developing leadership and training programs for collegians and alumnae
Communicating with sisters through our website, publications and social networking sites
Providing start-up costs for new chapters and continued support for established chapters
Providing programs and support to a growing number of dedicated alumnae
For more information on paying international alumnae dues, visit the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority website
Alumnae dues can also be paid through your local alumnae chapter.
Gamma Phi Beta Foundation
The Foundation was established in January 1959 as the fundraising arm of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. The two are separate legal entities that support each other’s missions, vision, and values. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority was one of the first National Panhellenic Conference organizations to establish a foundation for educational fundraising.
The Foundation provides grants and essential support to Gamma Phi Beta Sorority leadership programs, philanthropy events, and scholarship funds.
For more information on how to donate, visit the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation website