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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I be apart of Sigma Rhomeo and hold membership in another fraternity?

    • ABSOLUTELY!  Because of the uniquness of the organization, we allow those who are already greek to join the brotherhood!  The Fraternal Order of Classy Gentlemen have members from all walks of life and different organizations.  If your already a member of Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Sigma or Alpha Phi Alpha, you can join Sigma Rhomeo! 

  • How much does it cost to be apart of Sigma Rhomeo?

    • Our cost are actually very small in comparison to other IFC or NPHC organizations.  Either you'll pay our undergraduate rate or our graduate rate.  It all depends on your classficiation here at Emporia State University.

  • Does Sigma Rhomeo have a house?

    • Currently no!  Since we are brand new to the state of Kansas and Emporia State University, a house has not been established as of yet.  We are in the works with our National Office and the university on starting the process of establishing a house for our members.

  • Are you guys connected to Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.?

    • We have a rich history with the wonderful ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.  We consider them as our sisters! However,  Sigma Rhomeo is a fully functional fraternity with an independent sovereign governement.  We are not an auxiliary group to Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority.  We are a full fledge fraternity with a history that goes back further then some IFC and NPHC organizations.   

  • How can I be a Rhomeo?

    • All you have to do is click on the link to the left that says, "JOIN SIGMA RHOMEO".  Fill out the information and press submit.  A member from the organization will be in contact with you within 48 hours of your submittal.  Filling out the online form does not guarantee  entrance into the organization.  A person must meet all national and chapter requirements, attend a formal informational and have a interview with the brothers of the chapter!  After that, we'll prepare you for either our fall or spring rush!