Vision and Mission
An American Indian center for lifelong learning, integrating exemplary academic preparation and research to enhance nation building.
As a Land Grant institution of higher education chartered by the Menominee People, the College of Menominee Nation infuses learning with American Indian culture and prepares students for leadership, careers, and advanced studies in a multicultural world. The College commits to research and promotion, perpetuation, and nurturance of American Indian language and scholarship.
- American Indian Culture
- Applying knowledge to create a caring community aligned with American Indian traditions.
- Fostering the dynamic relationships among the six elements of the Menominee Sustainability Model.
- Ethical Behavior
- Promoting a spirit of mutual trust, respect, and cooperation.
- Recognizing the value of all people and supporting their growth to the fullest potential.
- Community Engagement
- Empowering people through lifelong learning to serve community needs.
- Providing outreach workshops and community service improving the quality of life.
- Culture of Service
- Modeling and promoting commitment to community by students, staff, and faculty.
- Preparing stakeholders to use new found skills by inspiring them to give back to the community.