The Josebyte Alumni Association is the rallying centre of the alumni of our College and a connecting link between the past and the present students. It is one of the units of the worldwide organization of the Past Students of the St.Joseph’s Students Society.
The objective of the Association is threefold:
1. To foster and maintain relationship among the past students.
2. To take an active interest in the welfare of the College.
3. To assist students who may be in need of any help.

The Revived of St.Joseph’s College of Arts and Science was inaugurated by his Excellency Bhisma Narain Singh, Governor of Tamil Nadu through the effort of Rev. Fr.R.Ratchagar on 11th October 1991.B.Sc Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and B.Com were established with strength of 296 students.
A number of UG and PG courses were introduced as and when need arose. At present we have UG courses viz. (Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Computer Applications, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Commerce, Bank Management, History and English.) and PG courses viz. (MCA, M.Com, M.Sc Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Information Technology).
Voluntary organization such as NSS, NCC, Rotract, Fine Arts Club, YRC, AICUF, JCI, Red Ribbon, Women’s Cell, Blood Donors Association, Environ Club, Journalism Club, Career and Counselling Cell, Placement Cell and Health Club.
Our College is also recognized as the study centre for B.D.U and IGNOU. Students are enabled better library accessibility in a separate new building with modern facility.
NAAC visited our college in the year 2003 and graded us with B++. In 2004 UGC team visited our college for the Grant of Autonomy. Rev.Fr.Dr.I.Ratchagar, Secretary, Instituted Rs.1,00,000 in Thiruvalluvar University, Vellore for an endowment Lecture on Christian studies in the name our Arch Bishop Most Rev. Dr. Antony Anandarayar.
7th March we received permanent affiliation. 17th June 2008 St.Joseph’s College received Autonomous status.
Individual Alumni meeting are being conducted every year by the departments of Computer Science, Bio-Chemistry, Microbiology, Physics and Commerce.