List of Gamma Phi Delta chapters

Gamma Phi Delta is a historically African American service sorority for businesswomen, professionals, and students.

Undergraduate chapters[edit]

Following is a list of Gamma Phi Delta undergraduate chapters. Active chapters are indicated in bold. Inactive chapters and institutions are in italics.

Chapter Charter date and range Institution Location Status References
Alpha February 28, 1943 Detroit Citywide Detroit, Michigan Active [1][2][a]
Eta May 31, 2009 University of South Florida Tampa, Florida Inactive [3]
Alpha Eta 2008 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Champaign, Illinois Active [2]
Beta Kappa Wilberforce University Springfield, Ohio Inactive [4]
Delta Gamma Jackson State University Jackson, Mississippi Active [2][5][b]
Delta Iota Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana Inactive [6]
Gamma Pi November 1984 Auburn University at Montgomery Montgomery, Alabama Inactive [7]
Zeta Lambda Virginia College Birmingham, Alabama Inactive [5][c]
Oklahoma Baptist University Shawnee, Oklahoma Inactive [8]
Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, Missouri Inactive [9]
Sacred Heart University Fairfield, Connecticut Inactive [10]
University of Dubuque Dubuque, Iowa Inactive [11]

Graduate chapters[edit]

Following is a list of Gamma Phi Delta graduate chapters.[12] Active chapters are indicated in bold. Inactive chapters are in italic.

Chapter Charter date and range Location Status References
Alpha February 28, 1943 Detroit, Michigan Active [1][a]
Gamma February 1946–19xx ?, 1954 Indianapolis, Indiana Active [13][14]
Beta Detroit, Michigan Active
Delta Sacramento, California Active
Epsilon Miami, Florida Inactive [15]
Theta Ecorse, Michigan Active
Iota St. Louis, Missouri Active
Kappa Inglewood, California Inactive [16]
Lambda West Side Detroit, Michigan Inactive [17]
Mu Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Active
Nu (First) Rock Hill, South Carolina Inactive, Reassigned [18]
Nu (Second) April 2005 Tyler, Texas Active [19][20]
Xi Chicago, Illinois Active
Omicron Springfield, Ohio Inactive [21]
Sigma (First) Charlotte, North Carolina Inactive, Reassigned [18]
Sigma (Second) Knoxville, Tennessee Inactive [22]
Phi Anderson, Indiana Inactive [23]
Chi 1954 Nashville, Tennessee Inactive [24][25]
Psi Hanover, Pennsylvania Inactive [26]
Omega Inkster, Michigan Active [27]
Alpha Alpha Montgomery, Alabama Inactive [28]
Alpha Beta 1963 Greensboro, North Carolina Active [29][30][18]
Alpha Gamma (First) 1957 Selma, Alabama Inactive, Reassigned [31]
Alpha Gamma (Second) 2007 Atlanta, Georgia Active [29]
Alpha Delta Los Angeles, California Inactive [32]
Alpha Epsilon Wichita, Kansas Inactive [33][34]
Alpha Zeta Anniston, Alabama Inactive [35]
Alpha Theta February 6, 1960 Detroit, Michigan Active
Alpha Iota Oakland, California Inactive [36]
Alpha Nu Springfield, Ohio Active [37]
Alpha Xi Birmingham, Alabama Inactive [38]
Alpha Omicron Hyattsville, Maryland Active
Alpha Pi Montevallo, Alabama Active
Alpha Upsilon 1967 Winston-Salem, North Carolina Active [29][18]
Alpha Phi 1965 Orlando, Florida Active [29]
Alpha Psi 1943 Fort Worth, Texas Inactive [39][40][41]
Alpha Omega February 15, 1980 Detroit, Michigan Active
Beta Alpha 1958 Detroit, Michigan Active
Beta Epsilon Los Angeles, California Inactive [42]
Beta Zeta Fort Lauderdale, Florida Inactive [43]
Beta Eta Charlotte, North Carolina Inactive [44]
Beta Mu 2000 Spartanburg, South Carolina Active [29]
Beta Sigma December 1971 Berkeley, California Active [45][46]
Beta Upsilon Westlake, Ohio Active
Beta Phi May 1, 1999 Toledo, Ohio Active
Beta Omega Yonkers, New York Inactive [47][48]
Gamma Beta Kansas City, Kansas Inactive [49]
Gamma Gamma December 9, 1972 Austin, Texas Inactive [50]
Gamma Delta 1970 Maitland, Florida Active [29]
Gamma Epsilon East St. Louis, Illinois Active
Gamma Theta Phoenix, Arizona Active
Gamma Lambda Kettering, Ohio Inactive [51][52]
Gamma Mu March 23, 1986 River Rouge, Michigan Active
Gamma Phi February 2005 Fort Bend County, Texas Inactive [53]
Gamma Chi Oakland, California Active
Delta Alpha June 28, 2003 Jackson, Mississippi Active [54][55][5]
Delta Gamma Omaha, Nebraska Inactive [56]
Delta Delta 1986–xxxx ?; June 9, 2008 Tampa, Florida Active [29][57][d]
Delta Theta Lathrup Village, Michigan Inactive [58]
Delta Kappa Las Vegas, Nevada Active
Delta Nu Detroit, Michigan Inactive [59]
Delta Omicron Detroit, Michigan Active
Delta Pi May 30, 1991 Silver Spring, Maryland Active [60]
Delta Phi November 1998 Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas Active [20]
Delta Chi Los Angeles, California Active
Epsilon Alpha Union, New Jersey Active
Epsilon Beta Hazlehurst, Mississippi Active
Epsilon Gamma Clinton, New Jersey Active
Epsilon Delta South Bend, Indiana Active
Epsilon Epsilon November 2019 Anderson, South Carolina Active [29]
Epsilon Zeta November 2019 Macon, Georgia Active [29]
Epsilon Eta Hattiesburg, Mississippi Active
Epsilon Theta Phenix City, Alabama Active
Epsilon Iota Trenton, New Jersey Active
Epsilon Kappa Buffalo, New York Active
Epsilon Lambda Fayetteville, Arkansas Active
Epsilon Mu November 2022 Metro Houston, Texas Active [20]
Epsilon Nu November 2022 Charlotte, North Carolina Active [29]
Epsilon Xi November 2022 Lufkin, Texas Active [20]
Epsilon Omicron Collierville, Tennessee Active
Epsilon Pi Delaware County, Pennsylvania Active
Zeta Alpha Memphis, Tennessee Active
Mu Omicron May 24, 1997 Arlington County, Virginia Active [61]
Nu Phi February 25, 2017 Cincinnati, Ohio Active [62]
Xi Beta 2006 Orlando, Florida Active [29]
Alpha Gamma Nu October 15, 2016 Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey Active

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b This chapter formed at the Louis College of Business which closed in 2013. However, the chapter is still active as an undergraduate and graduate mixed chapter.
  2. ^ Chapter formed at Tougaloo College.
  3. ^ Virginia College closed in 2018.
  4. ^ This chapter was reestablished in 2008.

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