Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals

QS Sustainability: Governance

“Provides students with a unique lens on which institutions are demonstrating a commitment to a more sustainable existence. More than just the commitment, it looks for outwards evidence of this – from the impact that alumni are making in science and technology to solve climate issues, to the impact of research being done across the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals.”
(QS Sustainability)


ITS’ Board of Trustees


The Board of Trustees at ITS is a vital organization responsible for various crucial functions. Their role encompasses not only making determinations and considering the implementation of general policies but also overseeing non-academic affairs. Additionally, they provide guidance on and actively promote policies, programs, and training initiatives concerning diversity, equity, inclusion, and human rights within the campus community.


Regulation of the ITS Academic Senate No. 2 Year 2016 about Policies and Directions of Academic Development


ITS Surabaya has anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies. As mentioned earlier, the non-discriminatory policies apply both for student admission and employee recruitment. In terms of student admission, the Regulation of ITS Academic Senate No. 2 the Year 2016 about the Policy and Direction of Academic Development at ITS, specifically Section IV, Academic Policy, point 4.1.3 stated that Every Indonesian citizen who meets the academic requirements has the same rights without experiencing discrimination in terms of ethnicity, religion, belief, gender, economy, and disability. In terms of employee recruitment, there is also a non-discriminatory policy, such as no gender differences or other discrimination issues. The Government regulation No. 54 the Year 2015 about ITS Statute, specifically Article 55 paragraph 2 stated “The employment system is open, based on performance, without distinguishing ethnicity, religion, race, and intergroup.

Academic Senate Rules No. 2 of 2016 about Policies and Directions of Academic Development


ITS’ Task Force of Prevention and Handling for Sexual Harassment 


ITS has shown their support and standing for the victims of sexual violence through the statement of the Task Force of Prevention and Handling for Sexual Harassment (PPKS). This establishment aims to raise awareness regarding the happenings of sexual violence on and off campus, provide support for everyone and implement preventive measures to ensure a safe learning and living environment.


ITS Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy


Integrity Zone Development program, which is facilitated through an integrated application provided by the Directorate General of Higher Education of Indonesia. This initiative aligns with the ongoing bureaucratic reform efforts being intensified by ITS. Furthermore, ITS has a policy regarding anti-corruption and anti-bribery for students and lecturers that is contained in Article 11, Article 12, and Article 14 respectively.


ITS’ Sustainability Advance Team


ITS has dedicated staff for sustainability programs, one of the pioneering efforts is shown through the establishment of Center for the Study of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs Centre-ITS).

Through the development of various concepts, programs, and development methods. SDGs-ITS plays an active role in measuring the achievement of SDGs, analyzing SDGs data, identifying problems, potentials, and challenges of an area, both nationally and regionally, even to the village level. This information is used to develop strategies and develop relevant programs so that the SDGs goals can be achieved

ITS resources, especially superior human resources, infrastructure, and science/technology developed through various innovative research are very qualified to be donated to the community and government to achieve the 17 SDGs goals.

ITS has a team of staff that is solely responsible for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This organization is created directly for Sustainable Study and Activities in ITS. Since Established, Study Center SDGs has created various events and activities for all parts of ITS, including management, lecturers, employees, and students. The board of ITS Study Center SDGs are listed below.

  1. Dr. Melanie Suweni Muntini, M.T.
  2. Sarah Cahyadini, Ph.D.
  3. Anggra Ayu Rucitra, M.MT.
  4. Putri Dwitasari, M.Ds.
  5. Dr. Agnes Tuti Rumiati
  6. Dr. Ir. Janti Gunawan, M.Eng.Sc., M.Com.IB.
  7. Prof. Dr. Enny Zulaikah, M.Si.
  8. Ir. Eddy Setiadi Soedjono, Dipl.SE.M.Sc, Ph.D.
  9. Ir. Lantip Trisunarno, M.T
  10. Ir. Andy Mappa Jaya, MS
  11. Putri Sinansari, S.T., MM.
  12. Waluyo Hadi, SSn
  13. Dr. Suyatno
  14. Ir. Putu Rudy Satiawan, M.Sc.
  15. Dr. Ing. Ir. Bambang Soemardiono
  16. Drs.R. Bambang Gatot Subroto, M.T.
  17. Rabendra Yudistira Alamin, S.T., M.Ds.
  18. Dhani Sancok
  19. Ummu A. Mukarnawati
  20. Abdul Hamid, M.Sc.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 17 in 2021 on Employee Performance Measurement


ITS develops clear ethical values enshrined publicly in Rector’s Policy No 2 of 2017, specifically Article 4 Section 1 and Section 2 which describe the obligations of all employees that need to respect all colleagues and the community, be honest, and respect each other’s religions. Furthermore, in Article 8 Section 1 and in the Rector’s Policy No 25 of 2021, about changes in Rector’s Policy No 2 of 2017 Article 8 Section 1, also stated that employee recruitment carried out with non-discrimination, open, does not distinguish between ethnicity, religion, race, class, and taking account into gender equality in accordance with the organizational needs. To download the file document, please click here.




ITS’ Information Documentation and Management Officer


The Information Documentation and Management Office (PPID) ITS is an Office for overseeing, managing, and providing any information about ITS that needs to be publicly documented. At present, PPID ITS excels in delivering exceptional services for information and documentation requests from any part of campus members, including students. Moreover, they have introduced an official public service WhatsApp channel to expedite the dissemination of public information. Furthermore, PPID also serves as an ethical compliance entity within the institution, with a designated official overseeing ethical matters across the entire organization.


ITS’ Directorate of Human and Organizational Resources’ Training



ITS’ Directorate of Human and Organizational Resources has human resources development training, human resources evaluation, and cultural reinforcement programs. The latest training program being held for ITS faculty members’ competency upskilling is University Leadership Development Center (ULDC). ULDC is one of the efforts to integrate all development programs to improve organizational performance and create future leaders. Besides that, ITS provides several training for each level of the organization, such as Basic Training for Staff and Lecturers. ITS also commences programs such as Outbound Staff Mobility (OSM), intentionally for staff to be able to take training and build professional networking by taking training at various partner universities abroad. As for students, an event for new students named GERIGI ITS also provides training and bolstering diversity culture in ITS. New students will team with all students from all faculties and commence several activities and contests throughout the event. Furthermore, there is Student Leadership Training (LKMM) that is attended each year and consists of pre-basic to advanced level. All students can participate in the pre-basic is mandatory for all students as the guidance from Indonesia’s Ministry of Education.



ITS Training and Programs on Diversity and Inclusion Values


ITS is deeply committed to fostering diversity and inclusion, aiming to become a globally recognized university that attracts a diverse community of students and faculty from various backgrounds. The university’s steadfast dedication to diversity is reflected in its ongoing internationalization program, which actively encourages individuals to embrace international experiences and cultivates an environment of healthy competition and creativity. With a wide range of programs in place, ITS consistently supports diversity and internationalization efforts, offering initiatives such as short and full-degree programs, student and staff exchanges, internships, and more. By embracing diversity, ITS strives to create an inclusive academic community that prepares individuals to excel in an ever-changing global landscape. The university places particular emphasis on three key categories: CommTECH Camp, International Students, and Training Programs, which provide invaluable opportunities for learning, collaboration, and scholarships, fostering inclusivity and fostering global partnerships.

Internal Whistleblower Assurance System


ITS’ Information Documentation and Management Office (PPID) provides service for reports of whistleblowers and complaints from all of ITS members. The system is already established and used by all of the students and lecturers with the name of service desk ITS. PPID also creates procedures and guidelines for support requests and whistleblowing systems. The reports will be sent to the management of PPID for online ticketing systems and the reporter can also make a report directly to the office for comprehensive details or emergency situations.



ITS Student’s Union


Among ITS Students, there are various student unions with many goals and shapes. The biggest one and in charge for general needs is the BEM (Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa) or Student Executive Board (SEB) that exist in every Faculty and the Institute Level. This Organization is in charge of all internal student matters at ITS. There is also Himpunan Mahasiswa Pasca-Sarjana, the union for the Master and Doctoral Degree organization becoming the main representative for the Postgraduate Students at ITS. Even though the Student Executive Board is in charge of student matters, there is also Badan Kelengkapan Majelis Wali Amananat Wakil Mahasiswa (BK MWA-WM) or Student Representative at ITS Board of Trustees, as the representative of ITS Students to the ITS committee board, joined by the Rector, Lecturer, Staff, and ITS Organs. Through the Student Representative Council and the Constitutional Student Court, they run at Legislative and Judicative parts to maintain the organization stick to the goal without any fraud.


ITS Student Executive Board or BEM ITS is also joined to the Aliansi BEM Seluruh Indonesia or Indonesia’s Student Union Alliances. This Alliance is the association of all Student Union throughout Indonesia for Higher Education Level and become the main forum for Student needs in all parts of Indonesia and a place for Student Actions nationwide. This organization tries to gather, discuss, and act to solve problems in Indonesia’s society such as poverty, politics, community development, etc.


Student Executive Board Election System


At the end of the student union period, ITS students are always allowed to vote for the next leader of the Student Union. The ITS Interactive Web called myITS also provides a feature for students to vote throughout ITS called myITS Vote and helps to reduce the paper-based system. Each student can use this feature for organizational needs and using Indonesian election principles such as secret, truth, equality, and free.


ITS’ Sustainability Committee

ITS Smart Eco Campus represents an initiative by ITS to foster sustainable growth within the campus environment, leveraging technological and scientific advancements developed onsite. ITS is committed to scientific and technological progress that can coexist harmoniously with nature. Thus, ITS has taken proactive steps to harness every aspect of the campus to foster eco-friendly development.

The creation of this program involved innovative approaches. ITS not only facilitates campus management and governance to facilitate environmental sustainability but also integrates this ethos into student life through diverse activities. Furthermore, ITS continuously advances research efforts, actively engaging students to refine the concept for future perfection. Click here for detailed committees of ITS Smart Eco Campus.

ITS’ Annual Financial Report


ITS publishes its financial reports annually through Information Management and Documentation Office, as published financial reports promote transparency and accountability. It also allows stakeholders, including students, faculty, donors, and the public to understand how funds are managed and allocated within ITS. To access ITS’ annual financial reports, please click here.

The 2022 ITS Leadership Working Meeting which discussed the 2021 evaluation and performance prospects in 2022


In the Leadership Working Meeting, several preparations were undertaken to facilitate resource development. These include organizing offline lectures for all ITS students, enhancing the publication of international scientific journals, participating in the submission of research proposals to ministries, and engaging in the Kedaireka and Matching Fund programs. Management aspects will also be supported by the field of information technology (IT), while resources such as financial, human, and asset resources will be developed.

ITS’ Board of Trustees


The Board of Trustees at ITS is a vital organization responsible for various crucial functions. Their role encompasses not only making determinations and considering the implementation of general policies but also overseeing non-academic affairs. Additionally, they provide guidance on and actively promote policies, programs, and training initiatives concerning diversity, equity, inclusion, and human rights within the campus community. ITS Board of Trustees consists of public figures, government representatives, lecturers, staff and student.

Our university believes in the importance of student involvement in the university’s body governance. Therefore, student representation is fundamental to our decision-making process. The governing board makes sure that various student voices and perspectives are heard and taken into consideration in all matters by actively interacting with student representatives.


ITS Student’s Union


In Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), students are not only guided to become academically capable but also encouraged to become a valuable society that has more value with its soft skills. For example, leadership skills, self-management, event management to communication skills. One of the best platforms to develop those abilities is through the student organization. Student organizations that are developed by ITS include Student Executive Board, Student Representative Council, and the Constitutional Student Court.



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