Gamma Psi Omega Mission Statement
What is a Sister?
A Sister is someone with which you have closeness to. A closeness which combines trust and honesty with tact. Sisters are people who by employing dependability and friendship, know each fellow sister will always be there in time of need.
Sisterhood is the ability to be open about yourself without the fear of ridicule. It is the warmth and the closeness that will help us through the good times as well as the bad. It is the mutual trust that binds us together and leads us into the future with confidence in ourselves and each other.Our sisterhood, with our aspirations in mind, will show us an assortment of personalities and opinions which, in the future, will help us to know and understand the many different types of people in today’s world. Through our unity, trust, and honesty, we will live and learn together as the sisters of Gamma Psi Omega.
Brief Description of the Organization
Gamma Psi Omega was founded in 1980 On the Staten Island Campus of St. John’s University.
Our colors are Green and White and our symbol is the Unicorn.
Our Letters GPO stand for:
G is for generosity. The generosity amongst which will extend throughout our school and the surrounding community, as well as any relationships which we encounter throughout our years.
P is for purpose - a purpose which will exemplify harmony and togetherness through the combination of our personalities.
O is for originality - an originality which will be portrayed by the diversity of our careers, goals, and accomplishments that we each attain through our individuality.
President- Alyssa Brullo
Love & Sisterhood