Joining a fraternity or sorority is a great way to save money, discover additional scholarship opportunities and move into an off-campus home sooner than typically allowed. While membership fees and housing costs differ from chapter to chapter, all are affordable and comparable to other residence hall and rental options in the community.
When making your decision, consider:
|2017 Sorority Semester Average (includes meals, housing and chapter dues and fees)||2017 Fraternity Semester Average (includes meals, housing and chapter dues and fees)||2017 Coyote Village 4-Bedroom Apartment Semester Average (includes estimated food service plan)|
More than 80 percent of USD students receive financial aid assistance, and members of the Greek community are no exception to that. Members of sororities and fraternities also receive additional scholarship opportunities from their local and national chapters. In 2016, members of the USD Greek community were awarded more than $144,000 in scholarships.