The Harvard Arab Students Association ("HASA") is a non-political, non-religious student organization, with a focus on promoting diverse Arab cultures and building an inclusive Arab community on Harvard’s campus, across all 12 degree-granting graduate schools as well as the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
HASA was founded in 2011, with three primary objectives. First, HASA aims to build an Arab community at Harvard that includes all Harvard graduate students and affiliates (including fellows and post-docs), representing all regions of the Arab world and their diverse cultures. HASA aims to build meaningful outward connections, both with Arab Harvard alumni as well as Arabs in the Boston region. Furthermore, HASA aims to collaborate with Harvard Arab Alumni Association (HAAA), Society of Arab Students (SAS), and other MENA-region organizations on campus to plan and/or promote projects and events relevant to the Arab community and support students in pursuing professional opportunities in various fields and locations.
Students at HASA represent every graduate school at Harvard as well as 22 different Arab League countries.
We are proud of the diversity that our students bring.
If you would like to get involved, please reach out to us.