Delta Gamma

Mission and Vision Statement

Do Good.
For hope. For strength. For life.


Delta Gamma was founded nationally on December 25, 1873, and the Beta Pi chapter of Delta Gamma was founded at Willamette University on May 21, 1945.

The symbol is the Anchor, and the colors are bronze, pink, and blue.

Values: The objects of this fraternity shall be to foster high ideals of friendship among college women, to promote their educational and cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility, and to develop in them the best qualities of character.

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Our philanthropy is service for sight. Our fundraising efforts are donated to the North West Association for Blind Athletes, Guide Dogs, and The Delta Gamma Foundation. We have a partnership called joining forces which is a program for visually impaired servicemen and women. Our chapter does our service hours at the Oregon State Library in the Talking Books and Braille Services office, and we also do vision screenings for headstart.

Delta Gamma Executive Board

President Miranda Martin, 
VP Social Standards McNeilly Fieweger,
VP Finance Beth Corpuz,
VP Communications Nina Dabit,
VP Programming Joelle Patricio,
VP Member Education Sophia Nordt,
VP Membership Lauren Blake,
VP Panhellenic Mallory Kennaday,
VP Foundation Brenna Anderson,
Housing Director Stephanie Hayes,