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Diversity and Inclusion

We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.  A multitude of perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences within our workforce makes us stronger.  Through diversity and inclusion, we build the future of MSU.

Our Mission, Vision and Values

Our mission: deliver services and facilities that help Spartans change the world.

Our vision: to be the most high-performing, leading-edge facilities organization in the nation.

Our objectives: people, partners and stewardship. 

In order to achieve our vision, IPF strives to operate by the following key values:

     Stewardship: IPF is fiscally responsible and accountable for the resources entrusted to us.

     Innovation: IPF is willing to take risks, which creates value for our customers.

     Service Excellence: IPF exceeds customer expectations for enhanced teaching, learning and research.

Infrastructure Report

2019 Facilities and Infrastructure Report

Previous Infrastructure Reports

Organizational Chart


Mary Jane and Theodore B. Simon Endowed Scholarship

In 2004, Mary Jane and Theodore B. Simon, both graduates and life-long supporters of MSU, created an endowed scholarship fund to provide financial support for IPF-employed undergraduate students majoring in Business and Engineering.

To qualify, you must be a business or engineering major, have a 3.0 GPA or higher while being a full time student, have documented financial need (determined by the financial aid office), have a recommendation from a full time IPF employee where you work and you must be a student employee at IPF for over a year. These requirements must be met each semester for up to three years. This is a renewable scholarship that will be applied to tuition costs.

Your completed application must be submitted prior to the annual deadline to be considered.