|Roman Catholic (Jesuit)|
|University of North Bengal|
|Principal||Fr. Dr. Lalit P. Tirkey, SJ|
|Campus||Urban 32 acres|
North Bengal St. Xavier's College, Jalpaiguri, was the third Jesuit college established in the northern area of West Bengal, India. Founded in 2007, it offers undergraduate courses in arts and sciences and is affiliated to the University of North Bengal.
Xavier's is preceded by two other Jesuit university colleges in the North Bengal area of the state of West Bengal, India: St Joseph's College, Darjeeling (1927) and Loyola College of Education, Namchi (1993). Xavier's has campuses at Raiganjand Siliguri.
The university has two hostels which together accommodate 204 students. There are 41 on the teaching staff and 22 on the support staff. Xavier's Alumni Association of North Bengal was formed in 2013.
There are also Career Oriented Programmes (Approved by University Grants Commission), Community College Programmes, and Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) affiliated courses.
Major activities include: X-Travaganza (cultural festival), X-Uberance (two-day annual sports meet), X-Cellence day (to honor student achievements), farewell for seniors (a khata and cultural program), seminars (national & departmental for practical experience), departmental projects/field work (to explore student skills), and student’s leadership program (for select students). There is also a magazine produced by the students, Expressions.