Eta Gamma

Since Eta Gamma initiated its 25 collegiate charter members, the chapter has become one of the largest sororities on campus. Even as the youngest of the three NPC groups on campus, Eta Gamma won the President's Cup seven out of 10 years, had several sisters chosen Homecoming Queen, made up 25 percent of Residence Life staff for several years and has members in numerous leadership roles. The chapter honored deceased sisters with a memorial stone, planted trees in front of an administrative building and helped fund the playroom in the Nashville Ronald McDonald House. Jennifer Yates has a long record of international service. Teresa Huddleston Tronnes is a long-serving advisor.