Eta Kappa became the second NPC group on campus, joining a new Greek system. The colony began in 1986 and expanded quickly, always working toward their goal of becoming a national sorority. The chapter implemented a "Badge Ceremony" written by Eta Kappa Susana de la Rionda; the ceremony is given when a new member receives her badge. The chapter assisted in the opening of the 166th Ronald McDonald House in Loma Linda and is actively involved with the house. Emaline Gould Rollins, Beta Mu - Montana State, made a pin pillow for every initiate for many years. Helen Hathaway Ludwig, Alpha Psi - USC, also had a long record of service to the chapter and as an international officer. Lori Sabin Wilkin, Kirsten Marguet Casillas and Liz O'Neil have long international service records.