The Vision of the college is to prepare excellent full-fledged teachers with professional Competence, outstanding and efficient leadership qualities,
personal integrity for the society in the Salesian educative style of Don Bosco and Mother Mazzarello.
To impart higher education to the economically weak, socially backward, and needy students of Vellore and neighboring districts.
The goal of our educative endeavor is to produce in a Salesian atmosphere, intellectually enlightened, spiritually inspired, emotionally balanced, morally upright, socially committed, accomplished – in a word – integrally formed young women who will be agents of social transformation in today’s India. True to the vision of its Founders,
the College commits itself to serve the economically weak, socially backward, and needy students. The goal of our educative endeavor is to be realized with the collaboration of each and every member that forms a part of Auxilium Family – the students, the staff, the parents, the management, the local and the distant agencies that are associated with her and all her well-wishers – the Auxilium Educating Community. With this in view, the Educative Project is drawn up every year in consultation with the staff, the parents, and the students who are the protagonists of their own growth and are therefore at the focus of all educative interventions. The College, therefore, expects a close collaboration from the parents in the planning and execution of this project.
The Motto of the College is KNOWLEDGE AND VIRTUE. The College Emblem constitutes a book, a lily, and a lamp. The book stands for Knowledge and the lily for Virtue. The Lamp with the burning flame is a reminder to Auxilians to keep the light of Knowledge and Virtue always alive. The hope and prayer of Auxilium are that every Auxilian while attaining Knowledge strives to acquire Virtue so that Knowledge and Virtue blend to make her a perfect model of womanhood. Pink and blue are the College colors: pink symbolizes youthful cheerfulness and blue stands for loyalty and fidelity. Value Education classes for Non-Catholics and Faith Formation classes for Catholics are obligatory. The College is run according to the principles and method of St. John Bosco, the greatest educator of the 19th century and the Founder of the Salesian Society.
The characteristics of Salesian Youth Spirituality (SYS) – the commitment to one’s duty, filial relationship with God, meeting Him in the ordinary events of the day, the spirit of service, joy, and friendly rapport with all characterize life in the College campus. Mary in her attitude of openness to God and others is a model for all. Besides increasing, diffusing, and disseminating knowledge, higher education has also the function of serving the community. Every student is expected to fulfill this duty either by enrolling herself in the voluntary group in the College, committed to community service.
The Document issued by the Sacred Congregation for Christian Education on Catholic School states: Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise in a Catholic School. It is committed to the development of the whole person, since in Christ, the Perfect Person, all human values find their fulfillment and unity. Herein lies the specifically Catholic character of the School. Its duty to cultivate human values is its legitimate right in accordance with its particular mission to serve all people, and it has its origin in the Person of Christ. He is the model which the Catholic School offers to its pupils.