Chapter History

In the heart of Eastern Oklahoma, tucked into Sorority Row on the gorgeous TU Campus, the Gamma Beta Chapter of Delta Gamma Fraternity boasts more than 70 years of excellence. Founded on the TU campus in 1947, Gamma Beta remains a solid and successful chapter year after year.

Christmas 1873 in Oxford, Mississippi: Anna Boyd, Mary Comfort and Eva Webb spent the holidays at The Lewis School for Girls and formed the Delta Gamma Club.
1881 - First Delta Gamma Convention was held in Oxford, Mississippi.
1902 - Delta Gamma joined six other fraternal organizations in establishing the National Panhellenic Conference.
1913 - Delta Gamma's first Canadian chapter was installed: Alpha Gamma-Toronto.
1936 - Aiding the Blind was adopted as the Fraternity Service Project, it was changed to "Sight Conservation & Aiding the Blind" in 1942. In 1995, it was changed to "Service for Sight."

1947 - Gamma Beta - Tulsa was founded.

1951 - Delta Gamma became the first women's fraternal group to establish an independent philanthropic Foundation.
1989 - Delta Gamma established the Fraternity Housing Corporation to assist local house corporations.
2018 - Delta Gamma reached 250,000 initiated members.