How will the Greek Fee be used?
The Greek Fee will be used to provide a long term funding model for the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, while also providing support for additional professional staff members and new programming for the Greek community.
How will the fee be collected?
The Greek Fee will be added to your Bursar account at the same time as your semester tuition and other fee. The charge will appear on each participating student’s Bursar account based on rosters submitted to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. New members will not be charged during the semester they affiliate but will be charged every subsequent semester. Returning sophomore, junior, and senior members, will be billed each semester.
Will students taking less than 12 credit hours be charged?
Yes, students that are listed on their chapter’s active roster will have the fee added to their Bursar account, no matter the number of credit hours taken for that particular semester.
Will students studying abroad still be charged the fee?
Yes, students who are studying abroad are still active members of their chapter and will be assessed the fee.
What if I’m affiliated and I was not charged?
If this happens, it means that you are not represented on the chapter’s official roster with the University and you may be prevented to assuming parking permits, meal plans, and other benefits associated with membership. You could call FSL ASAP to be added to your chapter.
What if I am charged and I am no longer a member?
The Greek Fee is assessed based on the roster received from each chapter prior to the beginning of each semester. Please contact your former chapter to have them update their roster to reflect your membership status.
Who do I contact if I have more questions about the Greek Fee?
If you have additional questions, please call the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at 662-915-7609 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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