Financial Information

As with any organization, membership in a sorority requires dues. Dues cover activities such as REC sports, social events, chapter operations, Panhellenic House rent, and educational programming. When you first join, there will be some one-time fees such as purchasing your badge.

The average cost for new members for the 2017/18 year is $1300, ranging from $1100 to $1500. See financial breakdown below.


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The average cost for active members for the 2017/18 is $1020, ranging from $960 to $1160. See financial breakdown below.

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While some of our members get financial support from their parents, many members work part-time and pay their dues by themselves! Don’t let costs be a deterrent of you joining a sorority. Contact us if you would like to discuss finances or for further information.
Fees include costs such as:

  • intramural sports,
  • social events, and
  • educational programming.


NOTE: Most sororities offer payment plans, which can be divided in monthly or bi-annual instalments.