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.
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.