Florida State University • Gamma Beta Chapter

On May 30th, 1904, 11 inspired women came together at Syracuse University to create Alpha Gamma Delta. A part of the Syracuse triad, Alpha Gamma Delta is now an International women's fraternity with chapters all over the continental United States and in Canada. The Gamma Beta chapter at Florida State University was officially chartered in 1925 , making it one of the oldest chapters at Florida State University. 


Bound by our Purpose, the women of Alpha Gamma Delta strive to live up to the high ideals that our founders set forth.  We encourage our members to hold themselves to a higher standard than the average college woman. As Alpha Gams, we push one another to excel in the areas of academics, leadership, service, and above all, sisterhood. We value diversity of thoughts, passions, and ideals and are always striving to continue expanding our horizons as members of the Florida State community.


Through community service and awareness efforts, there’s no doubt that Alpha Gams are impacting the world. In the past year of philanthropic efforts, Gamma Beta was named the top fundraising Alpha Gam chapter overall with a grand total of $50,940 donated to our philanthropy, the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation. Alpha Gams can also be spotted contributing in many other organizations on campus, such as our Dance Marathon Captains, or our women involved in Relay for Life, 211 Big Bend, SOAR board, The FSU Marching Chiefs, Hillel, Amnesty International, the Honors Program, and SGA, just to name a few. 


The Gamma Beta chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta welcomes you to Florida State University and wishes you the best of luck with your endeavors and as always, Go Noles!



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