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The Alpha Tau chapter of Gamma Phi Beta was founded at McGill University on September 26, 1931. It has since garnered a positive reputation within Greek life on campus and has - and will always be - home to women of all walks of life. Our chapter is comprised of intelligent, diverse and fun-loving women who are proud to call each other sisters.
Each member of Gamma Phi Beta takes an oath to uphold the highest standards of womanhood. As individuals, we strive to live Gamma Phi Beta's Core Values in our daily lives.
We value the love and respect we have for one another and ourselves
We value labor and encourage our members to serve others
We value academic achievement, lifelong development and growth
We value loyalty, to one another and to our values.
Founded upon a rock
"Since the rock is the firmest and most enduring substance, able to withstand the ravages of time, and offering the strongest protection, it seemed fitting that Gamma Phi Beta should be thus founded."
- Founder E. Adeline Curtis • Syracuse, 1874
To inspire the highest type of womanhood
We will build confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around us.