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Academic Excellence
Our sorority promotes education for sisters and people in general. To become a member, women must reach and maintain a minimum grade point average. As a member, women are encouraged to participate in activities that help improve communication and study skills.

Cultural Awareness
Although Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. welcomes women of any ethnicity, it is important to remember that it is a Latino-oriented organization. As such, we participate in many events that celebrate our diverse Latino heritage. We enjoy sharing facets of our individual backgrounds while learning about different cultures.

Community Service
Many women become successful thanks to community opportunities they were given. Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. recognizes the significant influence our communities have had on us. In addition, we recognize the opportunity we have as an organization of professional young women to help others. Through involvement in events such as mentor programs and fundraising drives, Gamma Phi Omega always strives to contribute to others.

Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. unites women through its goals, activities, and traditions. The bond of sisterhood that we create is nurtured through caring and respect. We turn to our sisters for help and advice, to share laughs, and to establish relationships that will endure forever.


"One of my first impressions of the Gamma Phi Omega ladies was that they were very involved. I remember always going to the Latino Cultural Center to their different events and always feeling like I was taking away an important message from every event. All the different events helped me grow and become more interested in the organization. Furthermore, I saw that the ladies were very committed to their philanthropies and their care for the community could be spotted as soon as I met the ladies. Their involvement and passion for improving the community was inspiring to me and became one of the main reasons why I decided to join the organization."
---Andrea "Guaia" Zambrano, Captain of 2 A.R.V.E.J.A.S.