Our educational endeavours aim at helping the students to be intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated,
1 January 1968 Application for St. Aloysius College forwarded to the Kerala University. Rev. Fr. Malachias CMI - appointed the First Manager of the College.
  The emblem and the motto of the college reveal the telling vision the pioneers had in establishing this institution. The three-lettered regalia of S.A.C.
The income limit for Kerala State Scholarship is Rs. 10000, Rs. 12000 for Degree and Post Graduate courses respectively. The income limit for National Loan/ Merit Scholarship is below Rs. 25000 for Degree courses while there is no income limit for Post Graduate courses. All Scholarships except University Merit Scholarship are awarded on the basis of merit cum means, subject to the number allotted each year.
Fee concessions and stipends are available to students of Scheduled Castes/ Tribes or of other backward communities under various schemes of the Govt.
St. Aloysius College, Elthuruth, Thrissur, Kerala is an institution of Higher learning affiliated to the University of Calicut. It is run by Fathers who belong to the Congregation of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (C.M.I.). This indigenous religious congregation was founded in 1831 by Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara. He was not only a saintly priest, but also a charismatic leader, a social thinker and a visionary who had the firm belief that education is a tool for the liberation and development of the individuals which would in turn pave way for a better society.
St. Aloysius College is founded as per the provisions of the Indian Constitution, Part III Article 30(1) and administered by St. Mary’s Monastetry, a House under the Devamatha Province of the Congregation Part III Article 30(1) and administered by St. Mary’s Monastery,
By the word “discipline” the college administration understands it as controlled and ordered behaviour geared for a purpose. It is a means to an end. We seek to realise this discipline internally in the students through filial exhortation rather than by external imposition.