Old Xaverians' Association

Every student of Xavier College upon leaving school automatically becomes a Life Member of the Old Xaverians' Association (OXA).

The OXA embraces a wide range of sporting and cultural interests and plays an important and active role in the Xavier family by providing assistance in the needs of the College and its students.

OXAGEN is a production company that aims to provide opportunities to graduates of Xavier College and Genazzano FCJ College to pursue their interests and develop their talents in performing arts.

Through its amateur sporting club affiliates, the OXA has earned a reputation as a major force in Australian Rules football, cricket, athletics, gold, hockey, soccer and water polo.

The OXA is an extension of school life in that it allows old boys to maintain contact with each other through the many functions held during the year.

The Education and Welfare Fund was established to assist students whose families have suffered distress and financial difficulties. The Association also works with the Careers and Guidance Counsellor at the College to provide assistance to current and past students with careers and employment. The OXA provides annually a Boarding Scholarship. In addition, the Association presents annual academic prizes.

For all enquiries about the OXA, please contact Peter McDonnell (Executive Officer of the Old Xaverians Association) in the Development Office on (03) 9854 5340 or email peter.mcdonnell@xavier.vic.edu.au.


XavNet (Old Xaverians Online)

The XavNet directory was set up to assist Old Xaverians to:

  • contact other Old Xaverians anywhere in the world who have provided their details
  • leave messages via a bulletin board
  • update their own details at any time
  • find detals of reunions and other events
  • avail themselves of the business directory

All personal details added to the directory remain private and are visible only to the users and the site administrator.  Over 3000 Old Xaverians have already registered.

To visit XavNet, click here

See the Old Xaverians' Association launch video with professional footballer, Luke Ball below: