Harvard Student Agencies

67 Mount Auburn Street

Harvard Student Agencies, Inc., was founded in 1957 to help Harvard students defray the cost of their education, provide practical business experience, and supply valuable services to the Harvard community. It has since grown into the largest student-run corporation in the world.

Products and Services

HSA provides a number of products and services that are helpful during students’ stay at Harvard. HSA Dorm Store offers refrigerators, futons, and water coolers; HSA Cleaners provides the least expensive laundry and dry cleaning service in Harvard Square; HSA Publications publishes the Unofficial Guide to Harvard and, with OCS, the Harvard Guide to Summer Opportunities; and the student-run Harvard Shop stocks high-quality Harvard merchandise at its retail locations, 52 JFK Street and in the Holyoke Arcade, or online at www.theharvardshop.com.

Information about HSA products and services is available at www.hsa.net.

Employment Opportunities at HSA Agencies

HSA employs more than 500 students annually and provides a wide variety of paid experiences for Harvard students interested in long-term or short-term employment. Each of HSA’s nine agencies is headed by a student manager, who has the unique opportunity to manage all aspects of the agency’s business, including sales and marketing, operations, finances, and personnel. HSA’s largest agency, Let’s Go Publications, publishes the best-selling Let’s Go travel guide series, which is widely read and sold in bookstores throughout the world. Let’s Go hires more than 100 editors and research-writers each year to revise and update its titles. Information about HSA employment is available at www.hsa.net/recruiting or visit the company’s headquarters at 67 Mt. Auburn Street in Cambridge.