The pink carnation is our flower because they thrive through day or night, cold or heat, and rain or sun. They grow in any place they are planted and not a single flower is the same. Each one is different, yet they are all strong, driven, and beautiful.
Coat of Arms
Features three pink carnations on a white background, an open book, and a waxing crescent moon. At the top of the shield is a golden oil lamp and at the bottom of the shield is a banner displaying the Greek letters Γ, Φ, and Β
The crescent moon is one of the most recognized symbols of Gamma Phi Beta. A waxing crescent is used to represent the growth of our sorority.
It was designed by Tiffany & Co. and it features a black crescent moon cradling the Greek letters, Gamma, Phi and Beta