Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc. (Gamma Phi Omega) has officially recognized the Indiana State University Prospective Chapter as Alpha Gamma Chapter, marking it as the 27th undergraduate chapter nationally, and ISU’s first Latina-oriented sorority. The members who formed part of Indiana State University’s Prospective Chapter recently appeared before the National Board of Directors (NBOD) to present an overview of their accomplishments as a prospective chapter. All programming revolved around the organization’s four goals: Academic Excellence, Community Service, Cultural Awareness and Sisterhood.
Members from Alpha Gamma Chapter were proud to share their involvement on campus hosting events and supporting their community. They received recognition from their university for the community they are helping to build on campus and for their involvement in the Fraternity and Sorority life community thus far. Alpha Gamma Chapter has been involved not only on their campus, but they have worked on building relationships with members of other chapters.
Alpha Gamma Chapter continued to push forward despite the obstacles they faced due to the pandemic. They used this time to reflect on the lessons learned throughout their time as a prospective chapter and are committed to fostering an inclusive environment where all members feel valued. Now as a chapter, Alpha Gamma Chapter members plan to continue building a legacy of respect, strength, and courage on their campus and beyond.