Becoming part of Delta Gamma’s amazing sisterhood requires some important financial obligations. When you join, you are assuming the financial responsibility essential to the maintenance and growth of the sorority.

The price of living in the sorority house is an exceptional value as the average cost of a room, board, a five-day meal plan, and dues can be less than the average cost of living in a typical NCSU residence hall. The average cost for living in the house is the same rate that North Carolina State University charges to live in a dorm, as the Greek Village houses are owned by the University.