Fraternity Graduate Dues for 2021 – 2022 Year

2021 Scholarship Press Release
August 11, 2021
Hunter Santiago hired as Leadership / Expansion Consultant
August 16, 2021


I hope you and your family are healthy and safe. Excitement builds for the fall semester as our members plan to return to campus. In-person homecoming events could be a reality!

I am contacting you seeking your support through Graduate Dues.

The Fraternity is entering the 2021 – 2022 academic year in a strong position. I would like to thank the National Council, staff, volunteers, and most notably our undergraduate members for their leadership and hard work over the last year. Our Fraternity has weathered a difficult storm and has learned to achieve great things by adapting to the COVID19 environment.

The National Staff has worked with the graduates of Penn State and the University of Illinois to secure the return of those Chapters to campus. The expansion work at Coastal Carolina University and Towson University continues to be supported by the National staff to build their future brotherhood. We are working hard to plan the face-to-face interactions necessary to Grow Crow on these campuses.

During the last 18 months, the Fraternity staff assembled the COVID Coalition comprised of 36  volunteers from 18 Chapters. As a result of the Coalition’s work, the Fraternity will be providing year-round hybrid membership development and leadership courses, updated educational modules for new members, and resources for Chapters to succeed in recruitment and retention.

The Fraternity fiscal year began August 1, 2021. Thank you in advance for your Graduate Dues payment. Please select a gift that fits your budget, from $25 to $500.


In the Bond of Brotherhood,

 Scott A. Carlson

CEO / National Secretary


P.S. Your Graduate Dues provide vital support to the leaders of the Fraternity. Please note that according to IRS regulations, gifts to the Fraternity are not tax deductible. 

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