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Members living in the chapter house - $7,002 for the year
Payable in 6 installments of $1,167.
($100 per semester discount if paid in full by the first day of school each semester.)
Members not living in the chapter house - $1,320 per year
Payable in 6 installments of $220.
($50 per semester discount if paid in full by the first day of each semester.)
Members not living in the chapter house, but with a 5-day a week live-out meal plan - $2,460 per year
Payable in 6 installments of $410.
($50 discount per semester if paid by the first day of each semester.)
For the 2011/2012 academic year, each semester’s fees are payable in three equal installments due on August 22, October 1 and November 1 for the fall semester and January 9, February 1 and March 1 for the spring semester.
(Due before August 1, 2010; checks should be made to Sigma Phi Epsilon.)
Damage Deposit - $300. All members pay this fee regardless of whether they live in the house or not. This fee is fully refundable when a member graduates or leaves the house if there are no fines or assessments for damages. If a member is fined or assessed a charge for damages, he will be expected to pay these amounts in addition to his house bill, thereby, not reducing the amount of his damage deposit.
Capital Improvement Recovery Fee - $200. A one-time fee paid by all members to help offset the cost of major improvements to the facility.
Lifetime Membership Fee - $275. A one-time fee paid by all brothers as membership in the national fraternity.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
P.O. Box 6246
Lincoln, NE 68506
Or, give payments directly to the Vice-President of Finance at the chapter house.
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Click the Pay House Bills button at the right and follow the prompts. Be sure to click Place Order Now at the end. You will receive a confirmation email.
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Yes. Our Resident Scholar, currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, has a Masters in Counseling Psychology. He is also currently a graduate Assistant with the William H. Thompson Scholars Learning Community. As you would expect, the Resident Scholar lives in the house and is available for guidance, mentoring of undergraduates and academic support.