Student Agencies: Developing Undergraduate Entrepreneurs for more than 100 Years

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Princeton Student Agenices

Welcome Class of 2021! Have you ever thought about starting or leading a business? Princeton Student Agencies (PSA) has been providing undergraduates with opportunities in entrepreneurship, business, and leadership development for more than a century. Originally founded in 1911 as the Bureau of Self-Help, PSA has offered financing and venture capital to over 150 student initiated businesses and developed more than 2,000 student leaders. Throughout our 100 year history, PSA has contributed to a vast and dynamic network of Princeton alumni, many willing to serve as mentors, advisers, speakers, and internship sponsors.

Perhaps you’re interested in an on-campus job? As the University’s second largest employer of undergraduate students, PSA is also one of the highest paying. We understand it takes talent to lead and support the nation’s top University! To learn more about our student employment opportunities, please visit our on-campus jobs site.

Need to stock up on dorm supplies and prep for move-in? PSA supports 15 student-led businesses ranging from appliance rentals, loft beds, dorm accessories, weekly door-to-door laundry and dry cleaning service, monthly water and beverage delivery service, campus storage, Princeton gear, and even linens for that extra-long bed in your dorm room. In many ways, PSA can make the transition to University life easier and more comfortable for you, especially in the first months. To see all of the products and services offered for students, by students, please visit the PSA website.

At its core, Student Agencies is about students serving students and hopes to be a resource to you throughout your Princeton experience. On behalf of PSA, welcome home Tigers!

Jarrett D. Fisher
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Students

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Jarrett D. Fisher
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Students

Dean Fisher oversees special projects relating to the general responsibilities of ODUS as well as all student organization facilities and vehicles supervised by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. Dean Fisher also directs all facets of Princeton Student Agencies and provides administrative oversight for several student groups, including The American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Performing Arts Council, Student Publications Consortium, and WPRB Radio Station. Dr. Fisher serves on various ad hoc and University-wide committees, including Fleet Safety, Opening Exercises, and Commencement.

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