The Civil Service Council will feature a civil service employee at Illinois State University each month to highlight an exceptional colleague and the outstanding work being done on campus! This month get a chance to learn about and applaud Julie Guither with Facilities Management.
Illinois State University has been working to vaccinate the Redbird community against COVID-19 by hosting on-campus clinics.
The Office of Sustainability is on a mission to dispel common misconceptions on campus about recycling.
The Redbird Card Office, in collaboration with several campus offices, led a project to implement the safest, newest technology for the latest edition of the Redbird Card.
Facilities Management and Environmental Health and Safety staff members, along with Normal Fire Department personnel, will be testing fire pumps and building standpipes.
Measures are in place for Illinois State faculty, staff, and students who continue to have a need to access facilities and to make every effort to ensure a healthy and safe environment.
More restrooms at Illinois State University have been designated as all-gender. An updated map is available on the website for the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (OEOA).
Serving as a grounds foreman at Illinois State, Bill Koos sat down to talk about snow removal, teamwork, global landscape design, and the beauty of a first impression.
Property Control is conducting Inventory Training. Two identical sessions will be offered.
Kristie Toohill has been named the director of Facilities Management. Toohill has been employed by Facilities Management at Illinois State University since 1997 in several increasingly responsible positions.