Doesn’t cost a lot of money to be in a fraternity or sorority?

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Doesn’t cost a lot of money to be in a fraternity or sorority?

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Each organization is self-supported through dues charged to all members. In the first year of membership a few one-time expenses are assessed. After those initial payments are made, the only expense will be regular dues and housing fees. A variety of payment plans are offered. Some chapters collect membership dues online using Omega Financial or similar web sites. Below is the average cost by council for an initiated member: Panhellenic Council Membership Fee 540.00 Interfraternity Council Membership Fee 425.00 National Pan-Hellenic Council Membership Fee 175.00 Like most things being a member of a fraternity or a sorority costs money. Some will say this money is used to buy friends. Other will tell you, is so then it was the best money they ever spent. Fraternities and sororities collect dues once a semester (some once a month) for each member. The amount is determined by the chapter to ensure that their financial responsibilities to the national organization, governing council and ot