Financial Obligations

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Financial responsibility is important for all college students. Every member of a fraternity or sorority agrees to be fiscally responsible as a student and as a chapter member.

Sorority and fraternity membership dues range from $150 - $795 depending on the chapter’s needs. Most often a student’s new member semester is the most expensive because of initiation fees and purchasing a badge. Membership dues pay for:

  • Sisterhood or brotherhood events
  • Insurance
  • House or parlor fees for the upkeep of the chapter rooms
  • National organization dues
  • Badge fee
  • Initiation expenses
  • Membership manual

Estimated Cost Per Semester
IFC Financial Responsibilities
ChapterNew MemberActive Member
Delta Chi$600$550
Delta Tau Delta$475$400
Kappa Alpha Order$200$320
Phi Delta Theta$475$400
Phi Sigma Kappa$450$500
Pi Kappa Phi$550$500
Sigma Chi$565$425
Sigma Nu$300$525
Sigma Tau Gamma     $495$495
Tau Kappa Epsilon$450$450
Theta Chi$400$425
Zeta Beta Tau     $255$255

 

CPC Financial Responsibilities 
ChapterNew MemberActive Member
Alpha Delta Pi$751$508
Alpha Omicron Pi$545$411
Alpha Phi$596$456
Chi Omega$590$345
Delta Delta Delta$801$390
Gamma Phi Beta$536$356
Pi Beta Phi$655$403

UCG Financial Responsibilities
ChapterNew MemberActive Member
Delta Chi Lambda$350$250
Gamma Alpha Omega$240$225
Gamma Rho Lambda$150$200
Kappa Delta Chi$225$175
Lambda Phi Epsilon$300     $300
Omega Delta Phi$250$200

Members do not have to pay dues after graduation, but will continue to reap the benefits of lifelong membership such as: 

  • Involvement with alumni chapters
  • Publications from national organization
  • Networking with fellow brothers or sisters from across the world
  • Lifelong friendships with collegiate brothers and sisters

Payment plans 

Most chapters offer payment plans. Please communicate directly with the chapters to find out what they can offer before accepting a bid for membership.