One Nation consists of Zeta Phi Rho, Chi Delta Theta, and Kappa Psi Epsilon.
Zeta Phi Rho
Zeta Phi Rho is a multi-cultural fraternity that was founded on August 10, 1995 at California State University, Long Beach. Over the years Zeta Phi Rho has grown to include eight other chapters at University of California Santa Barbara, University of Southern California, Loyola Marymount University, California State Polytechnic University Pomona, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles, University of California Riverside, and California State University Fullerton. The brothers of Zeta Phi Rho pride themselves on brotherhood, scholarship, and character as well as implementing the ideal of the distinguished gentlemen. Events hosted by Zeta Phi Rho include Zeta Night Live, Zeta Ball Tournament, Raise the Roof, Smoke Out at the Beach, Zeta Sis Program, Zeta Sis Games, and their event for Pilipino American Heritage Month
Kappa Psi Epsilon
Kappa Psi Epsilon is a Filipino-based sorority that was founded on March 28, 1996 at California State University, Long Beach. Over the years, Kappa Psi Epsilon has grown to include four other chapters at San Francisco State University, University of California Davis, University of California Los Angeles, and California State University Sacramento. The sisters of Kappa Psi Epsilon pride themselves on the aspects of academics, community action, cultural enrichment and awareness, and overall sisterhood. Annual events hosted by Kappa Psi Epsilon are Pinay Symposium, Pilipino Christmas Fest (w/ PAC), FASGI Luncheon (w/ PAC), and Roots II Reality.
Chi Delta Theta
Chi Delta Theta is an Asian-American interest sorority that was established on October 13, 1989 at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Throughout the years Chi Delta Theta has expanded to include four other chapters at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, Loyola Marymount University, California State University Long Beach (Δ Chapter), and University of California Davis. The sisters of Chi Delta Theta strive to promote sisterhood, academics, community service, cultural awareness, and social activity in the lives of its members. Annual events hosted by Chi Delta Theta include Comedy Night, Talent Show, Film Festival, and Fams Rush.
Pilipino Cultural Night
Established in 1972, the Pilipino American Coalition was formed to celebrate the growing Pilipino American community at California State University, Long Beach. The organization sought to engage with the past, live passionately in the present, and build a strong future. In 1986, a new chapter began. Drawing inspiration from the greater Southern California collegiate community, Long Beach welcomed its first Pilipino Cultural Night "Anyong Pilipino: Portrait of the Pilipino" in October. Since then, it has grown to become the largest student-run cultural event on campus, garnering the acclaim from the surrounding community from non-profit organizations to elected state officials. Thirty years later, the Long Beach Pilipino Cultural Night continues to be the model for preserving tradition while encouraging progress.
A division of the Pilipino American Coalition at the California State University Long Beach, was founded by a small group of friends in hopes of using dance as an outlet for expression of today's youth. Originating as a mere pre-show act for PCN in 1995, PAC Modern has grown into an unstoppable force earning a name for themselves within a fierce and competitive dance scene. PAC Modern displays a wide range of dance styles, such as breaking, house, locking, popping, jazz, new school, and is influenced by various styles, fundamentals and other forms of hip hop. Their performance style and choreography has been known to be unpredictable, influential, creative, and innovating, with routines to prove that the team promotes versatility in dance. Most importantly, PAC Modern commits to entertaining and "wowing" the audience at every performance.