First, there is no cost to rush a fraternity. After that, the costs of joining will vary by chapter. All members will be responsible for paying dues to their national organization as well as their local chapter and insurance costs. Some house also require a meal plan with the house. Those members who choose to live in the chapter house will also be responsible for that expense.
The costs for joining a fraternity can be a bit steep, however many houses and chapter alumni offer scholarships or jobs within the house to help cover the cost of membership. Talk to the chapters treasurer to find out what opportunities are available to you.
For more information, contact the Finance Director of each Fraternity chapter directly or the IFC VP Of Operations, Jimmy Cochran, at email@example.com: