Frequently Asked Questions
Are there multiple rush weeks per year?
There are two rush weeks - one during the beginning of the fall and spring semesters at New York University.
Can I rush multiple times?
Yes, students have the option of rushing multiple times.
Can I join Phi Chi Theta if I am already a member of another Greek Organization?
You cannot be in multiple professional fraternities at New York University. However, if you are in a social or service fraternity, you will be able to pledge for Phi Chi Theta as well.
Is Phi Chi Theta exclusive to Stern students?
No, we encourage all students interested in pursuing a career in either business or economics to rush.
What time commitments do pledges have?
The time commitment for pledges is demanding, but very manageable. For example, there are mandatory pledge classes and Fraternity events to attend. The overall process enables pledge classes to bond, which proves to be a very rewarding experience.
How can I apply to join?
Please refer to our Rush Information page for more information about the application process. We look forward to receiving your application!
What leadership opportunities are available for MEMBERS?
Sisters have the opportunity to run for nine executive board positions. Additionally, each active member is assigned to a committee which monitors different aspects of the Fraternity.
Are there membership fees?
Yes, there are associated initiation fees and yearly dues but these have generally been manageable amounts.