St. Thomas' College (Autonomous), Thrissur is a Christian college located in Thrissur City, the Cultural Capital of Kerala, India. Founded by Mar Adolph Medlycott in 1889, this college played a very important role in the development of Kerala. St. Thomas College, Thrissur is the first Roman Catholic college in Kerala, India. It is conducted by the Syro-Malabar Catholic Archdiocese of Thrissur. In 2004, St. Thomas' College has been accredited with a B + + stature by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, an autonomous organization instituted by the University Grants Commission. In September 2010, St. Thomas College completed the re-accreditation process and National Assessment and Accreditation Council accredited the college with A grade and 3.58 points out of 4.00. With this grade this college stand first in Thrissur district and third in Kerala state.HistoryStarted as a lower secondary school in 1889, the founder, the first Vicar Apostolic of Thrissur, Adolphus Edwin Medlycott, named it St. Thomas’ College. In 1919, it was raised to a second grade college in arts, affiliated to the University of Madras. The college was raised to the rank of a Second Grade College for the service of the people in the field of higher education during the period of Rt. Rev. Dr. John Menachery, the Bishop and Vicar Apostolic of Thrissur in April 1919.