How much do aka cost?
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho, & Zeta Phi Beta: Historically Black sororities do not publish their financial information however the average intake fee is $850 and the average active member dues are $200.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.
How much is a pledge?
There are usually application fees you will need to cough up when pledging with a sorority or fraternity. These can depend upon the institution and Greek organization and can range from approximately $50 to over $100 per application. Membership fees range from several hundred to thousands of dollars.
What sorority was Beyonce in?
Beta Delta Kappa
Throughout her entire performance, Beyonce made it feel like we were all pledging her sorority, Beta Delta Kappa. She even wore the Greek letters on her yellow sweatshirt.
Why do Aka’s wear 20 pearls?
Harris wore Christopher John Rogers and pearls by Wilfredo Rosado. AKA was the first African-American Greek-letter sorority, and its founders are referred to as the “Twenty Pearls.” Pearls have long been the emblem of the sorority, and every new member is given a badge with 20 pearls.
How do I pay my AKA membership?
2022 General Life Member EAF Membership Dues must be paid online through the AKA Members Only website at www.aka1908.com. Log onto the Members Only site and a link will display at the top of the page to allow you to pay your EAF Membership dues.
How do you get invited to join AKA?
- Prospective members must have high ethical and moral standards;
- Membership can only be obtained by completing the Sorority’s official Membership Intake Process (MIP);
- Interested candidates should not participate in demeaning, degrading or unkind acts.
Do you pay to pledge?
Once you’ve decided to pledge, you’ll be responsible for paying new member dues. At many universities, this first round of dues equals two to three times what you’d pay as an active member during a typical semester.
Do you pay to be in a sorority?
Being in a sorority isn’t cheap. Women pay national and chapter dues, plus new member fees, which all vary by organization. At the University of Central Florida, for example, rent is between $1,500 and $3,300 per semester, depending on the organization. Dues are around $400 for sororities per semester.