Gamma Epsilon Omega was founded by 9 men at USC in 1963, and is the second oldest currently active Asian-American fraternity in the nation. It also founded the Southern California Asian Greek Council in 1982, a governing body consisting of nearly 20 Asian-American fraternities and sororities from various schools throughout the Southern California area. In 1996, Gamma Epsilon Omega was the first minority organization to obtain a house on USC's Greek Row. Gammas strive to maintain a strong sense of brotherhood represented by the friendships that exist between all generations, from the founding fathers down to the newest members. As an intentionally single-charter organization, Gammas hope to offer its members a further embodiment of the "Trojan family" USC has become known for.
- Sister Sorority: Delta Phi Kappa (USC)
- Brother Fraternity: Zeta Epsilon Tau (CSU Long Beach)
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