Panhellenic Financial Commitment

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Joining a sorority requires a financial commitment and it's important to us that we're transparent about this cost. Our Cost Comparison Guide lists the projected costs for the upcoming academic year. Because the costs listed are only projected costs, it is the responsibility of each member to know their financial obligations and ask questions when pursuing membership in an organization. This video is a great resource to learn more information about the cost of membership and how to determine whether it's the right investment for you.

The Cost Comparison Guide lists the cost of first year membership, which is typically higher because of one-time fees, the average cost to live in the facility, the average cost to live-out of the facility, and chapter house capacity, if applicable. Chapters have also provided the different payment methods that are accepted and the typical payment plans used.

View the 2024-2025 Projected Cost Comparison