Accredited by NAAC with Grade 'A' on 25th May 2016

There will be an awareness programme on “Mental Health, issue and help available” on 6th April 2019 (Saturday), 2nd Semester students are to assemble in Damien Hall at 11:15 a.m.

Attendance will be taken

College will remain closed from 14th April 2019 (Sunday) for election and will re-open on 24th April 2019 (Wednesday)

Students who will be casting their vote before 13th April 2019 are to inform the undersigned by submitting an application.

Online Admission to First Year BA (Session 2019-2020) will begin after publication of 10+2 results.

Southfield College was founded as Loreto College, in Darjeeling in August, 1961 as a women's college. At the request of the Government of West Bengal, the Irish Branch of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Darjeeling Loreto Educational Society agreed to take care of its management. However, due to the lack of personnel the Loreto nuns were compelled to hand over the college to the Government of West Bengal, hence to be run as Southfield College.


Southfield College aims at imparting value based education to women in order to open up their minds to create space for their holistic development and to contribute to the society and country as a whole.


In the light of the vision statement we endeavour to lead our students to -
::  Relentlessly search for academic excellence.
::  Enlighten to cherish the ideals of love, sincerity and service.
::  Empower them to face challenges as dignified, responsible and dutiful citizens.
::  Respect the rights of all individuals through social justice.

All students once admitted are expected to conform to the regulations of the College and thus help to establish the high standards of behaviour and academic excellence.