St. Xavier's College-Autonomous, Mumbai

St. Xavier’s College founded in 1869 by ‘Society of Jesus’, is a premier Jesuit Institution, known for its academic excellence and commitment towards humanity with its ethos based on the ‘magis’ - striving for ‘the more’. It is the unique Jesuit concept of always striving to be more and do more ; of always seeking to grow in learning, in faith and in service to others.

The Victorian Gothic style....

Nestled in a locale of exquisite Victorian Gothic style architectural splendor of artistic sophistication, the college campus stands on a strategic road named ‘Mahapalika Marg’ connecting Dhobi Talao to Victoria Terminus, now known as Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT). All the elegant structures on Mahapalika Marg overlook the ‘Esplanade’ or ‘Azad Maidan’.

Being Inclusive...

The students and faculty at our campus strive to thrive in an academic environment envisaging creative freedom, critical thinking with a commitment to principles of social justice, equal opportunities by imbibing the essence of inclusive education. The college campus symbolises a homogeneity merging traditional concepts with modern technological advancements. It keeps up with the ever complex environment of the present world through its various centres such as Blatter Herbarium, Heras Institute of Indian History and Culture, Caius Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Research, Nadkarny Sacasa Research Laboratory (NSRL), Xavier’s Resource Centre for Visually Challenged (XRCVC), Department of Inter-Religious Studies (DIRS) and the Xavier’s Visual Arts Studio (XVAS) on the campus.