Oregon State University

Alpha Gamma Delta

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Council Membership: 
Panhellenic Council

Our vision: Inspire the Woman. Impact the World.

Our Mission: Alpha Gamma Delta is an international fraternity for women that exists to provide opportunities for personal development through the spirit of sisterhood.

-We support lifelong learning as a means to gain understanding and wisdom.
-We promote the value of fraternal membership and commitment to higher education.
-We help prepare members to contribute to the world’s work.
-We advocate lifetime involvement in Alpha Gamma Delta.

No matter where life takes an Alpha Gam, she will always find herself surrounded by sisterhood.


360 NW 26 Street
Corvallis, OR 97330


360 NW 26 Street
Corvallis, OR 97330


President: Erica Burnham
E-mail: burnhame@onid.orst.edu

Total Members: 
Recruitment Requirements: 

Recruitment Requirements:
GPA requirement for students out of High School: 3.0
Transfer student GPA requirement: 2.75
Full time student at Oregon State University.

In addition...
Leadership skills, community involvement, participation in extracurricular activities, and commitment to academics are some other characteristics we seek for in members of AGD.

Organization Facts: 

Alpha Gamma Delta, an international fraternity for women, was founded on May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York.
Total membership: 140,000
Total installed collegiate chapters: 181
Alumnae chapters/clubs across North America: more than 250

Our Symbols:
Flowers: A red and buff rose with green asparagus plumosa fern
Jewel: Pearl
Colors: Red, Buff, and Green
Mascot: Squirrel

Chapter Facts: 

Phi Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was installed at Oregon State University on May 21, 1921. Phi Chapter is the only chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta in Oregon.

Each member is given the opportunity to exercise their leadership abilities by serving as a collegiate officer of Phi chapter.


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