Financial Commitments

Joining a fraternity or sorority is a lifetime commitment. With this commitment includes a financial investment into the membership experience.

Understanding financial investments are critical in during the exploration and joining processes. In an effort to support access to information while considering joining a fraternity or sorority, information is provided below and will be updated on a regular basis. The Trojan Greek Community is committed to offering information on the membership experience and continues to expanding available information.

 

Asian Greek Council

  • There is no cost to participate in AGC recruitment for fall 2018
  • Costs associated after joining could include monthly or semester membership dues which cover educational programs, leadership development, community service, and chapter initiatives.

 

Interfraternity Council

  • There is no cost to register for IFC recruitment for fall 2018
  • Costs associated after joining could include monthly or semester membership dues which cover educational programs, leadership development, community service and philanthropies, chapter initiatives, national organization fees, insurance, and some social events. Most fees are collected through an online platform managed by the local chapter or national organization.
  • IFC fraternities with a chapter facility can also include costs of room and board and meal plans
  • Typically, students make decisions to live in their chapter facility starting in November and through April. Students should talk with chapter leadership on live-in requirements and decision timeline. If a student is considering USC Housing, it is encouraged to consider the fraternity decision timeline alongside USC Housing. USC Housing encourages students to communicate early if changes to their housing status may occur.

 

National Pan-Hellenic Council

  • Costs associated before joining could include an application fee to the national organization. Students are encouraged to talk with the chapter or graduate chapter leadership on application fees.
  • Costs associated after joining could include monthly or semester membership dues which cover educational programs, leadership development, community service, chapter initiatives, national organization fees, and insurance.

Multicultural Greek Council

  • Costs associated before joining could include an application fee to the national organization. Students are encouraged to talk with the chapter leadership on application fees.
  • Costs associated after joining could include monthly or semester membership dues which cover educational programs, leadership development, community service, chapter initiatives, national organization fees, and insurance.

Panhellenic Council

  • Fall 2018 registration costs:

April – June 30: $80

July 1 – July 31: $100

August 1 – August 15: $120

  • Costs associated after joining could include monthly or semester membership dues which cover educational programs, leadership development, community service and philanthropies, chapter initiatives, national organization fees, insurance, and some social events. Most fees are collected through an online platform managed by the local chapter or national organization.
  • Panhellenic sororities with a chapter facility can also include costs of room and board and meal plans
  • Panhellenic sororities provided the following details on financial investments for 2017-2018 (please note, costs are subject to change for 2018-2019)https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_YPXPKA65KucGl1TURYRWp4OWs/view
  • Typically, students make decisions to live in their chapter facility starting in November and through April. Students should talk with chapter leadership on live-in requirements and decision timeline. If a student is considering USC Housing, it is encouraged to consider the sorority decision timeline alongside USC Housing. USC Housing encourages students to communicate early if changes to their housing status may occur.

 

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