Our chapters, your story
You have a story to create at Boise State. And when you look at our community, see we can help you tell it. Each fraternity and sorority have different passions and interests, but together we are a community that wants our members to find a new home.
How do I join a fraternity/sorority?
How much does it cost to be in a fraternity/sorority?
As with membership in most organizations, fraternities and sororities charge membership fees. It’s entirely fair to ask for a written breakdown of membership costs and the chapter’s budget before you join. It’s also important to ask about any added costs.
- Interfraternal Organizations: Average chapter dues are $455 per semester for new members and $400 per semester for active members.
- Multicultural Organizations: Average chapter dues are $330 per semester for new members and $225 per semester for active members.
- Panhellenic Organizations: Average chapter dues are $740 per semester for new members and $440 per semester for active members.
Does it cost to participate in recruitment?
It costs $45 to go through Panhellenic recruitment. That will cover all costs for food and transportation over the weekend. There are no costs associated with IFC or Multicultural Greek Councils recruitment processes!
When is recruitment?
Fall Panhellenic Sorority Recruitment
Registration for fall Panhellenic recruitment typically opens in June and remains open through the end of August. Formal recruitment usually takes place over Labor Day weekend. To learn more about the recruitment process and schedule visit our Sorority Recruitment page.
Fall Interfraternal Recruitment
Registration for fall fraternity recruitment typically opens in June and will remain through September. Formal recruitment usually takes place within the first month of the fall semester. To learn more about the recruitment process visit our Fraternity Recruitment page.
Multicultural Chapter Intake
The intake process for Multicultural Chapters varies by organization. To learn more about their recruitment processes visit our Multicultural Chapters page.
Boise State does not hold formal recruitment/intake process in the spring. However, there are always sororities and fraternities participating in informal recruitment processes. If you are interested in joining a chapter outside of the fall recruitment/intake period fill out the Fraternity/Sorority Interest Form and a member of the community will reach out to you.
Who can join a fraternity/sorority?
All Boise State students are eligible to participate in the recruitment process. Additional requirements such as course load and GPA may exist for some organizations. Transfer, non-traditional, and international students are all eligible to participate in the recruitment process.
Do chapters have houses?
Boise State does not have a Greek Row, but members still find themselves living together in rental homes close to campus. We recommend incoming students take advantage of our on-campus housing options in their first year. For more information, please visit https://www.boisestate.edu/housing/.
Boise State’s chapters have lower membership dues on average due to the absence of chapter house expenses. Instead of meeting in individual houses, chapters meet and hold events in community spaces on campus such as the Student Union Building. This contributes to a strong sense of community among our organizations.