Is CU or CSU better?
CU has great programs; they’re especially known for engineering, computer science, and business. The music program is also very strong. CSU has a very different feel: at 26k students, it’s somewhat smaller than CU, but feels much smaller.
Can a sorority force you to live in the house?
I know a lot of sororities will, deliberately or not, misrepresent their live-in policies. During rush a lot of sororities will say that their policy is “You need to live in the house for at least one year unless it’s full.” In reality, most groups have the policy that you must live in until the house is full.
Do you have to live in a sorority house to be in a sorority?
If a sorority does have a chapter facility and a live-in requirement you would most likely pay room and board to live in the house, just like you would to live on campus in a dormitory. However, these costs also vary for different chapters and different campuses.
Is living in a sorority cheaper than dorms?
A sorority house can be cheaper than the dorms Housing costs vary by chapter, but the price of living in a sorority house is often much less than living in a dorm. In comparison, the least expensive university housing options are Ross Hall, at $6,375 per semester for a double room and the required meal plan.
Do you pay rent in a sorority?
Members are required to pay dues, whether by month, quarter, semester or year. If you live in the sorority house, housing and meal costs are an additional expense. Remember that even though these costs can be expensive, they are often cheaper than normal on-campus dorm housing.
How much does it cost to be an AKA?
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, & Zeta Phi Beta: Divine 9 Sororities do not publish their financial information however the average intake fee is $850 and the average active member dues are $200. Those attending an interest/rush meeting will receive financial information.