Joining a fraternity and sorority is a financial commitment. Each chapter varies in financial structure. Chapter dues and fees cover various activities, events, and general daily operations. Chapters finance social events such as formals, semi-formals and mixers, philanthropic events, service projects, housing updates, academic support programs, and national dues. See our financial transparency document to learn specific details about what it costs for each chapter.

Financial Transparency

College Panhellenic

New member semester:

  • Alpha Delta Pi: $689
  • Alpha Omicron Pi: $750
  • Chi Omega: $884
  • Tri Delta: $917
  • Phi Mu: $886
  • Zeta Tau Alpha: $705

Active Sister semester: $380 - $500
Per semester Greek Life fee: $75.00

Interfraternity Council

New member semester: 

  • Alpha Tau Omega: $235
  • Lambda Chi Alpha: $600
  • Pi Kappa Phi: $630
  • Sigma Chi: $800
  • Sigma Nu: $550

Active Brother semester: $350 - $600
Per semester Samford Greek fee: $75

NPHC

Each NPHC organization varies on fees. However, most of the financial commitment is at the forefront of a member’s collegiate experience. A range of dues and fees are as low as $1,000 and as high as $3,000. Chapter dues per semester are up to the discretion of each sorority and fraternity. There is also a per semester Samford Greek fee of $75.

Delta Xi Phi

  • Application Fee: $20
  • New Member Semester: $225
  • Active Sister Semester: $200
  • Per Semester Samford Greek Fee: $75

If you choose to become a new member of a fraternity or sorority, you are affiliating with the national organization. If at any time you decide to relinquish your membership, you may still be responsible for completing your financial commitments according to your contract with the national organization.