The University Council, Management Board, staff, students and stakeholders are committed to nurturing a culture of integrity and work ethics in all the functional areas of the University, in order to promote good governance and attainment of zero-tolerance to corruption. In this regard, an anti-corruption committee has been put in place to ensure full implementation of this policy on behalf of, and in consultation with, the University council. In addition, the committee is tasked to create awareness and sensitize the entire University community on the importance of fighting corruption in all its faces. The benefits of having a corruption free institution include continued development, increased confidence of both local and international partners, improved social behavior and moral standards and effective, responsible and efficient staff due to increased morale, which would make it a source of pride and joy for all stakeholders associated with SEKU.