College Spirit

St. Philip's College shows its spirit every Wednesday for Spirit Day. Students are encouraged to wear royal blue and white, or a blue SPC t-shirt.

Spirit Week

Each fall semester in October, SPC celebrates Homecoming. A variety of events and activities are held during this week aimed at school spirit and campus pride. There will be many ways to be connect with SPC during Spirit Week and show off your school spirit.

SPC Mascot & Colors

SPC Mascot

St. Philip's College is home of the Tigers and our college mascot is Phil the Tiger. Phil's birthday is March 1st.


School Colors (as used for school uniforms)

Navy Blue and White (Source: Catalogue of St. Philip’s Grammar and Industrial School, 1903-1904, p.11 and Catalogue of St. Philip’s Normal, Grammar and Industrial School, 1910-1911, p. 8)

School Song

St. Philip’s College Song – St. Philip’s St. Philip’s

St. Philip’s we love you because of your truth
Your arms of protection have guided from youth
We love and adore you all worthy praise
We sing a sweet song; our voices we raise.
St. Philip’s, we love thee because of thy fame;
Because of thy ideals that have no refrain,
We’ll always adore thee and cherish thy name,
St. Philip’s, St. Philip’s, our greatest domain.
St. Philip’s St. Philip’s we would love to remain
Within thy great portals of endless Aim,
That foster the best plans that serve to improve
And make our St. Philip’s a first class “A school.
We would love to inform all the heavenly host,
To excuse us from glory, but let us be close;
To dwell in this mansion, our earthly post.
St. Philip’s St. Philip’s, O we love thee most!

Source: Echo Yearbook 1974

School Prayer

An excerpt from the Catalogue of St. Philip’s Grammar and Industrial School, Year 1903-1904, p.12: 

Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom, who hast taught us in Thy Holy Word, that to know Thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom Thou hast sent, is everlasting life; we humbly beseech Thee to receive our prayers and supplications, which we now offer unto Thee for this school. Grant that they who govern and teach in it may perceive and know what things they ought to do, and to those who are taught and trained here give Thy gracious help, that they may be fitted for  the stations in life to which they may be called; and above all things endowed with heavenly wisdom. Grant this, O Heavenly Father, for the sake of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Source: Catalogue of St. Philip’s Grammar and Industrial School, Year 1903-1904, p.12