Epsilon Chapter

Gamma Phi Omega was the 1st Latina-oriented sorority on DePaul's campus being founded in 1996 as the 5th Chapter of the sorority. Our founders felt the need to create a space which encouraged academic growth, service/philanthropy, diversity/inclusivity and sisterhood. With over 150 sisters joining the sorority through this Chapter, the large network of professionally-driven women has created mentorship opportunities between our graduate and undergraduate sisters. We take pride in our history and thank those women who have paved the way before us while continuously welcoming new women passionate about our values and goals.

Recent Awards Received

2022 Chapter of the Year

Elegant Epsilon Chapter of Gamma Phi Omega at DePaul University was awarded the 2022 Chapter of the Year award for standing firmly upon the four goals of the sorority, promoting empowerment and inclusion of others in every space on campus and beyond.

2022 Community Service Award

Epsilon Chapter sister Julianna "Chapina" De Leon was awarded the 2022 Community Service Award for her commitment to serving those around her through the sorority and university, and surpassing the expectations set before her.

2022 National Swan

Epsilon Chapter sister Ayanna "Va1en7inA" Guillen was awarded the 2022 National Swan Award for demonstrating her passion for the sorority's goals through her rigorous academic achievement, service to the community, cultural awareness raising, and connections to sisters across the organization.

Founded in April 17, 1991 at Indiana University at  Bloomington, IN

National Philathropy
American Diabetes Association

Primary Colors
Maroon & Navy

Fire and Ice Rose


Star Sapphire

National Founders: 6 D.I.V.I.N.A.

ADA Walk 2015 - Indianapolis, IN.