The College is a non-religious institution. However, it acknowledges the positive role that faith and religion play in shaping the conduct behavior and attitude and maintaining peace and stability. It recognizes that religions and religiosity have the capacity to change worldviews on sustainability issues, provide moral authority that can influence human attitudes and behavior toward sustainability, and have community-building capabilities with a large base of adherents and followers. Thus, the College will not interfere with any religious practices that uphold the values outlined above. However, the Law of the United Republic of Tanzania prohibits preaching or distribution of faith-based materials that are considered inflammatory and represent threats to public order. Furthermore, the religion activities should in no way disrupt or interfere with other peoples’ freedom and activities such as learning and resting.