How to Drop out of a Fraternity


How to Drop out of a Fraternity. If you find that the fraternity you have joined isn't a good fit, you don't have to stay. You can "depledge," although it may cost you some money. Here are the steps.

  • Visit the Greek affairs office of your college or university and find out the process for official depledging. Speak with an advisor about the subject so you have all the information.

  • Learn the protocol to drop out before you mention your decision with anyone in your organization. Speak with your parents, guardians or mentors on your decision and ask for their support.

  • Speak with the President or Vice President of your fraternity about your decision. Obtain the contact information for the national office so you can also inform them personally of your decision.

  • Inform your fraternity, Greek affairs offices and your national chapter office of the official date that you intend to leave your fraternity. Be prepared for some hard feelings and possible fees for depledging.

  • Obtain legal council if necessary should the depledging process become arduous or you are harassed by fraternity members. This treatment is rare but can happen. Turn in your pin and any other viable information, documents or property of the fraternity.

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