In honor of 90 years of Panhellenic on Auburn University’s campus, each week Panhellenic will be spotlighting one chapter of our 18 sororities.
This week we will be featuring the Gamma Phi chapter of Gamma Phi Beta.
Gamma Phi Beta’s symbol is the crescent moon, their colors are brown, mode and pink. Gamma Phi Beta was chartered on Auburn’s campus in 1968.
Gamma Phi Beta hosts several philanthropy events every year in the fall and spring semesters.
Last year, Gamma Phi Beta raised over $10,000 for their philanthropy.
G-Phi Beat is the philanthropic event where various campus organizations compete in a dance competition.
Other philanthropy events previously hosted include Moonball, a men’s basketball tournament, and Girls on the Run, a 5k hosted every semester.
Gamma Phi Beta has been awarded several international awards including Most Improved Financial Programming Award in 2002 and 2004, Newsletter to Alumnae Award in 2008, PACE Night Program Award in 2002, Most Improved Public Relations Award in 2016, Most Improved Recruitment Award in 2004, House Corporation Board/Collegiate Relations Award in 2012 and Public Relations Excellence Award in 2013.
Gamma Phi Beta also boosts on-campus recognition as well including Relay for Life top fundraiser in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012; Relay for Life Multiple Team Excellence in 2003-2004, 2004-2005 and 2009-2010; Auburn Dance Marathon Miracle Cup in 2012-2013 & 2014; Greek Sing 3rd place in 2018 and 5th place in 2016; Zeta Tau Alpha’s Outstanding Philanthropic Activities in 2005; and Pi Phi’s Libby Brook Gaddie Award for Outstanding New Member Program in 2019.
This past year, Gamma Phi Beta had a Top 5 Miss Homecoming candidate. Gamma Phi Beta has girls involved in War Eagle Girls, Pi Chi, Camp War Eagle, Danceline, Majorettes, High School Leadership Conference, Athletic Recruiters and so much more.