Welcome to the largest female organization on campus. We are thrilled you are interested in joining our community!
Recruitment can sometimes seem like an overwhelming process, and that is why we are here to guide you. The information below is going to take you through financial commitments, housing and membership contracts, the MRABA form, and our chapter new member experience.
Recruitment for Spring 2022 is slated to take place in person but is subject to change pending health and safety guidelines.
For information on eligibility and a detailed look at our 2021-22 recruitment,
New Member Fees
$380/semester - $2,949/semester
Living Out-Of-House Fees
$225/semester - $1,620/semester
$4,454/semester - $5,740/semester
All Fee and associated costs vary from chapter to chapter. Updated financial information for 2021-22 will be available soon.
WHERE DO FEES GO?
Meals (typically 3 per day/5 days a week)
Chapter facilities - rent if applicable
Academic/Personal Development seminars
Sisterhood bonding events
See our opportunities for financial assistance
HOUSING AND MEMBERSHIP CONTRACTS
What are they?
A community expectation and opportunity to live in one of the beautiful chapter facilities!
Inexpensive relative to university and surrounding housing options
Unique opportunities to bond with sorority sisters
Special live-in member-only events
When will I be expected to sign one?
Typically 2-3 weeks after Bid Day
Are there any additional fees?
Room and Board fee (combined with dues as one payment)
MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT ACCEPTANCE BINDING AGREEMENT (MRABA)
The MRABA upholds the National Panhellenic Conference Unanimous Agreements that help promote membership balance and encourages membership through the structured recruitment process.
This is signed after attending the last day of recruitment events (Preference Round) See the form below!
If you have signed a MRABA form before, please check our eligibility page to see when you are eligible for recruitment again.
NEW MEMBER EXPERIENCE
Becoming a member of our chapters is a unique and wonderful experience. For that reason, our new member period is purposefully mapped out to educate and introduce the latest women to our community. Every chapter has mandatory new member education, where women have the opportunity to learn about their chapter history, current traditions, and important resources for thriving at USC. These take place from bid day until initiation. Additionally, the Panhellenic Council hosts a community-wide New Member Education event, where women from all chapters participate in breakout sessions focused on healthy relationships, title ix and assault resources, and alcohol and drug education. Our Panhellenic sister sorority events are also opportunities to bond and connect women from different chapters over joint philanthropic activities. To learn more about the greater sisterhood experience, click below!