FAQs for Parents 

What is sorority recruitment?
Recruitment (formerly known as rush) is a time set aside once or twice a year for non-Greek women to meet sorority members, learn about our sisterhood and decide which sorority would be the best fit for them. Membership in a sorority is voluntary and is the result of a mutual selection process.

How much does it cost to become a member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority?Each Gamma Phi Beta chapter has fixed expenses including international and local dues, new member fees and housing fees (determined by the chapter). Additionally, there is a  one-time initiation fee, and a membership badge must also be purchased. During recruitment a detailed statement of member financial obligations will be provided. Membership dues go toward leadership training, program development, chapter maintenance and a lifetime subscription to The Crescent, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority’s magazine.

What is my role as a parent?
We encourage parents to be supportive and learn as much as possible about Gamma Phi Beta Sorority throughout your daughter’s membership. The Crescent, Gamma Phi Beta’s magazine, will be sent to your home address until your daughter graduates; read The Crescent and discover more about Gamma Phi Beta news, activities and programs. Many chapters also host a parents’ weekend during which parents can learn more about the Sorority, meet your daughter’s Gamma Phi Beta sisters and tour the chapter facilities.

What are the grade requirements for membership in Gamma Phi Beta?
A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.4 from college or 2.8 from high school is required for initiation by Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. (Grades are determined at pledging, not at time of Initiation.) Minimum scholastic standards for our members and officers are established by the chapter, as we encourage our chapters to exceed the required minimums. 




For more information, feel free to visit our international site: GammaPhiBeta.org


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