Undergraduate members embody the sorority’s primal goal of academic excellence
Academic Excellence is one of four goals that has served as a cornerstone to Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc.’s (Gamma Phi Omega) success. Within the past 5 years, the sorority has steadily increased its cumulative grade point average (GPA) and now stands at a cumulative GPA of 3.06. Kathy “PYROS” Portillo, academic director, presented the standing as part of her national academic statistical report to the rest of Gamma Phi Omega’s National Board of Directors (NBOD).
The report, which contains key statistics about Gamma Phi Omega’s academic standings, also showed that 53% of the undergraduates are above a 3.0 cumulative GPA. “The National Board of Directors is proud of these findings and recognize the overall effort made by the undergraduate members,” said National President Socorro “Cuentoz” Garcia. “We consistently strive to set the example in the realm of collegiate Greek academics.”