Welcome to the Gamma Phi chapter of Delta Gamma at Arizona State University! We are so excited and grateful that you decided to stop by! We hope you find that this website offers you a glimpse of ‘a day in the life’ of an ASU Delta Gamma. Our chapter is comprised of over 200 diverse women; we are unique in our gifts and talents but bound by our values and desire to “do good.” As a chapter, we strive to build each other up in friendship, to promote education and scholarship, to make an impact in the community, and to embody what it means to be a Delta Gamma. 

Walking down Palm Walk, you’ll likely spot a Delta Gamma headed to volunteer at the Foundation for Blind Children in Phoenix or on her way to support an on-campus philanthropic event. Backpack in tow, perhaps she’s headed to Delta

Gamma study hours, meeting her sisters for coffee, or gathering in the chapter study room for some sisterly guidance. That being said, who knows where she’s headed! From intramurals, study abroad, and rigid coursework to volunteer opportunities, sisterhood events, and weekly meetings, the women of this chapter are incredibly well-rounded and willing to lend a hand, and to ‘do good,’ wherever they may.

As an individual, I joined this chapter as a legacy my freshman year—thousands and thousands of miles from home. The passion, drive, and strength of the Delta Gamma women who stood before me during recruitment was incredible, and to this day, I could not be more proud, and happy, to call all of these remarkable women my sisters.  The Gamma Phi chapter of Delta Gamma is much more than a sorority, an organization, or whatever you may consider it; Gamma Phi is a home away from home where each of us has found a support system, lasting friendships, and constant motivation for growth and betterment. The women who stand beside me have given me more than I could’ve ever hoped to gain from joining Greek life, and for that, and to them, I am forever thankful and forever anchored. 

Kelly Torrence | Chapter President