Starting a Delta Gamma chapter at NC State was first suggested by Maureen McCulloh Hollmeyer, Gamma Rho-Wittenberg, in the late 1990s when she was Council Trustee: Finance.
The Eta Kappa chapter of Delta Gamma was colonized in fall 2002, and in November of that year received its charter. In 2003, Eta Kappa moved into a vacant fraternity house on Fraternity Court, where her early members began to lay a solid foundation for the chapter. With continued support, Eta Kappa grew and established its place in campus life at NC State.
In August 2016, Eta Kappa chapter moved into its forever home at 2300 Greek Village Drive.
And it’s been more than we could have ever dreamed of.
Fun Fact: Did you know that HK’s alumnae base has grown to over 600 sisters since the chapter was founded?
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