The College Anthem entitled "White and Blue" was written by Rev. Fr. J. M. Lanigam, a great friend of Fr. Charles Collin, the first Rector. Music for the anthem was composed by Mr. Edgar Neydoff. Although the College Anthem was written during the last year (1916) of the Rectorship of Rev. Fr. Charles Collin O.M.I. the anthem was sung during the 2nd term of rectorship (1920) of Rev. Fr. Maurice Legoc O.M.I. The Original Manuscript is dated 25th November 1920.

Fruits of virtue and knowledge
Here we gather, peace and power
Symbolished in yonder banner
Floating o'er St. Joseph's tower
White and blue its mystic colors
Harmonizing strong and clear
Stolen from the distant mountains
From the wild waves breaking near
Harmonizing strong and clear
White and Blue our mystic colors
Till the mountains disappear.

Where the peerless Pearl of Indies Hides
Its glow on ocean's breast
White and Blue is nature's setting
To the gem she loves the best
Closely clasped by silv'ry breakers
Fretted from the flowing tide
Round it heave the swelling billows
Rolling blue o'er waters wide
Fretted from the flowing tide
Rolling blue o'er waters wide
Fretted breakers, swelling billows
White and Blue, the Ocean's pride.

Where the Ard-righ of the mountains
Gaurisanker, proudly reigns
Round his throne a thousand vassals
Fearless guardians of the plains
Thunder back their monarch's greeting
'neath his canopy of blue
Lightning-darts their quivers keeping
Shining white their armours hue
'Neath his canopy of blue
shining white their armours hue
Snow-clad peak and bended heavens
Keep aloft the White and Blue.

Where our Lady, Queen of Heaven
Deigned on earth to reappear
In the grotto o'er the torrent
from the mountains rising near,
White and Blue her robe and girdle
Lily white her mantle too
Then we'll wear Our Lady's colours
Dear St. Joseph's White and Blue
Then Hurrah for White and Blue
Then Hurrah for White and Blue,
Still we'll wear Our Lady's colours
Dear St. Joseph's White and Blue.