FINANCIAL

INFORMATION

This year prior to primary recruitment, the Panhellenic Council has created a guide to improve the transparency of member finances. This is in an effort to create greater transparency about the costs associated with Panhellenic life. This quick guide lists 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 inquire when pursuing membership in an organization.

 

The quick 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. If you have any questions regarding the terminology or information on this page, feel free to contact us at bepanhel@gmail.com or through the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Panhellenic Chapter Fees 2019

Chapter Profiles

Alpha Chi Omega

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), meals, badges, National Certificate Fee & Bond Card, and a National Sisterhood Packet.  As a new member, you are allowed five meals a week.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, house operations, and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have five meals a week at the house.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations, and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed to have 10 meals a week.  The house capacity is 52 members. 

Making Payments:  Payments are made online.  The payment plans available for members are two installments for new members (the total is divided in half into two payments) and three installments for all other members (the total is divided by three and made in three payments).

Alpha Gamma Delta

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a new member, you are allowed five meals a week.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, house operations, and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have five meals a week at the house.  

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations, and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 10 meals a week.  The house capacity is 38 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online.  Members pay in four cycles per semester due on the 5th of each month.

Alpha Omicron Pi

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a new member, you are allowed two meals a week.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, house operations, and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have two meals a week at the house.  

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations, and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 10 meals a week.  The house capacity is 35 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online using Billhighway or by check.  

Alpha Phi

New Member Fee:  Covers house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), initation fee, badge fee, new member fee, and house bond fee.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, house operations, and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have eight meals a week at the house.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations, and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 15 meals a week.  The house capacity is 44 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made by check.  You can pay in full or installments, and we can work with you if those plans aren't feasible.  We really work with members individually, if they have scholarships are paying by paycheck we are willing to waive late fees.

Alpha Sigma Kappa

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, and all official sorority events.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, and all official sorority events.  This is the fee for all the members of the chapter.

Live-In Fee: There is no live-in fee because there is no physical house.  

Making Payments:  Payments are made online, by check, or with cash.  Candidate dues are due by the 7th meeting of the semester and initiated member dues are due by the third meeting of the semester.  Payment plans are available and flexible to help members pay as they can.  

Chi Omega

New Member FeeCovers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a new member, you get one meal a week at Monday Night Meeting.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, house operations, and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have two meals a week at the house.  Live-out dues are $928 in the fall and $914 in the spring.

Live-In Fee: There is no live-in fee because there is no physical house, but there is a suite attached to the 17th Avenue Residential Hall that is open to members and used for meetings.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online using Billhighway.  There is a payment plan of two or three installments.

Delta Gamma

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), meals, campus Panhellenic dues, GreekBill Fee, and social fees.  As a new member, you are allowed three meals a week.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), meals, campus Panhellenic dues, GreekBill Fee, and social fees.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have three meals a week at the house. 

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 15 meals a week.  The house capacity is 34 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online using Greekbill or by check.  Payments can be made monthly, semesterly, or yearly.

Gamma Phi Beta

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals. As a new member, you are allowed two meals a week and get a meal at Monday Night Meeting.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have two meals a week and get a meal at Monday Night Meeting.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed unlimited meals a week.  The chef makes lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday and lunch on Friday.  The house capacity is 44 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online or by check.  Payments can be made in either in one, two, or three installments. We have people on other installments, they would just have to set that up one on one.

Kappa Alpha Theta

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals. As a new member, you get three meals a week and a meal at Monday Night Meeting.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have three meals a week and get a meal at Monday Night Meeting.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 10 meals a week and some breakfast options.  The house capacity is 32 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online or by check.  There is a payment plan of three installments available to members.

Kappa Kappa Gamma

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals. As a new member, you are allowed five meals a week at the house.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have five meals a week.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 10 meals a week.  Live-in dues are $4,084 in the fall and $3,992 in the spring.  The house capacity is 40 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online or by check.  There is a payment plan of three monthly installments available to members.

Lambda Delta Phi

New Member Fee:  Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, and meals.  Each new member will receive 8 meals during their new member period.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have 10 meals a week and a meal at Monday Night Meeting.  

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed 15 meals a week and a meal at Monday Night Meeting.  The house capacity is 25 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made by check.  If you pay the dues in full there is a discount, otherwise there is a monthly plan set up by the Treasurer.

Pi Beta Phi

New Member FeeCovers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  New members are allowed three lunches and two dinners a month.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (ie house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  As a member living out of the house, you are allowed to have three lunches and two dinners a week.

Live-In Fee: Covers chapter dues, national dues, room and board (utilities and other living expenses), house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  When you live in the house, you are allowed five lunches and five dinners a week.  Live-in dues are $4,895 in the fall and $4,864 in the spring.  The house capacity is 35 members.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online.  The payment plan is three separate payments or you can work with the Vice President of Finance to create an individualized plan..

Phi Mu

New Member FeeCovers chapter dues, national dues, new member materials/fees, house operations (i.e. house upkeep and use of chapter facilities etc), and meals.  New members are allowed one chapter meal a month.

Live-Out Fee: There is no live-in or live-out option, all payments are the same.

Live-In Fee: There is no live-in or live out option, all payments are the same.  There is a suite attached to the 17th Avenue Residential Hall that is open to members and used for meetings.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online or by check.  Payments are made monthly four times a semester.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi

New Member FeeCovers chapter dues, national dues, and new member materials/fees.

Live-Out Fee: Covers chapter dues and national dues.

Live-In Fee: There is no live-in fee because there is no physical house.

Making Payments:  Payments are made online or by check.  Either the payment can be made in full two weeks into the semester or you can work with the Treasurer to create an individualized plan.

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