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Gamma Phi Beta Apparel & Merchandise




Founded in 1874 on the campus of Syracuse University, Gamma Phi Beta is a cherished and respected sorority for collegiate women that continues to draw a healthy membership. With over 260,000 lifetime inductees around the world, there's a Gamma Phi Beta sister near you. Gamma Phi Beta women represent the highest standards of excellence both on campus and around town and there's no better way to show your proud allegiance than with Gamma Phi Beta apparel and merchandise from Greek Gear.

Our extensive selection includes Gamma Phi Beta shirts, hoodies, pants and jackets - plus lots more must-have items that will turn heads. You can even customize much of our Gamma Phi Beta merch with sewn-on or printed lettering so you can look good and feel great while supporting your beloved sisterhood by proudly displaying your Greek letters. Order a Gamma Phi Beta hoodie with bold lettering or shop for a Gamma Phi Beta puzzle as a gift for a Big or Little Sister. Need to order something for your entire chapter? We make it easy with our team ordering discounts so you can outfit the whole house for one low price. Shop now for all members of the versatile sorority at Greek Gear. We are the one-stop shop for everything related to Gamma Phi Beta, including apparel, hats, jewelry and more. When you shop at Greek Gear, it's like having your own private Gamma Phi Beta store at your fingertips.

Gamma Phi Beta FAQs:

  • What year was Gamma Phi Beta founded? Gamma Phi Beta was founded November 11, 1874 on the campus of Syracuse University.
  • What are Gamma Phi Beta's colors? The sorority's official colors are blush (pink) and a-la-mode (brown/grey)
  • What is Gamma Phi Beta's symbol? The Gamma Phi Beta symbol is the crescent moon.
  • What are the most popular Gamma Phi Beta members? Notable alumnae of the group include Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth, NASA astronaut Lauren Clark, former U.S. congresswoman Jennifer Dunn and sports reporter Alex Flanagan.