Question: How much does being in Sigma Kappa cost?
We pay $550 in dues each semester which include many fees we have to pay to National Headquarters as well as all of the fun things we do in our chapter (such as formal, sisterhood events, Founder’s day, homecoming/springfest, and much more!). Sisters who do not live in the house are also required to pay a $240 parlor fee each semester which goes towards maintaining the chapter house and helps to pay for meals at the house which everyone can take advantage of
Question: Why is my first semester more expensive?
A sister’s new member semester is more expensive because there are several one-time fees from National Headquarters required to purchase a badge and register her as an official member of Sigma Kappa
Question: Is it expensive to live in the house?
While the price of living in the house varies from year to year, it is consistently cheaper than other options on and off campus. For the 2019-2020 school year living in the house costs $5,425 and includes meals in house.
Question: How do payment plans work?
We do offer payment plans to women who would like one. With a payment plan, dues would be sent out in four installments of lower amounts spread out over four months rather than one lump sum. This is recommended if a member will be paying their own dues.
Question: Where do I find my bill?
Bills are sent out on the first of every month via BillHighway. You will receive an email with that month’s statement and a link to where to pay it. BillHighway is also accessible by logging in to the Sigma Kappa webpage or going to billhighway.com.
Question: Are scholarships available?
Our Vice President of Academic Excellence sends out scholarships throughout the year from many different sources. We also are currently in the process of creating a Beta Zeta specific scholarship with National Headquarters which should be available next school year!