|Founded||March 1, 1905|
|Colors||Blue and White|
|Members||35 men with 6 faculty members  collegiate|
Gamma Phi (ΓΦ) was a primarily African American fraternity founded on March 1, 1905 at Wilberforce University a historically black university in the state of Ohio by Gus Williams, Dr. Lackley and Edw. Clark. It is notable as being one of the forerunners in the African American Collegiate Fraternal scene. The colors of Gamma Phi were blue and white with the official flower of the organization being a white carnation. The group was the sole fraternity on campus until the year 1912. Charles F. Potter the fraternity historian stated in the Forcean yearbook of 1923 that the fraternity was for a time merely local. The fraternity grew to at least three chapters, and existed on and off for many years, but the last known documentation of this fraternity occurred in 1947.
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- Tamara Brown; Gregory Parks; Clarenda Phillips, eds. (2005). African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision. University Press of Kentucky. p. 535. ISBN 978-0813123448.
- Lomotey, Kofi (2010). Encyclopedia of African American Education. ISBN 9781412940504.