About the College of Menominee Nation
American Indian culture is at the heart of the College of Menominee Nation.
CMN degree programs, research, and student activities are committed to addressing contemporary problems through modern science and methodologies that are informed by ancient knowledge. This is most evident CMN's commitment to sustainable development concepts and practices that draw on resource management philosophies tested over centuries in the great Menominee forest.
Native and non-Native students from many states and visitors from across the world come to CMN to pursue higher learning and to learn the history, systems and strategies of the Menominee and other First Americans.
Quick facts about CMN
The College is proud to serve American Indian students from the Menominee, Oneida, Chippewa, Ho-Chunk, Navajo, Potawatomi, Mohegan, and dozens of other tribes. CMN welcomes non-Indian students and celebrates a diverse student population at both campuses. For a profile of the College’s people and programs, access our most recent Annual Report.
Location in Wisconsin
- Main campus in Keshena on the Menominee Indian reservation and adjacent to the historic Menominee forest; urban campus in metropolitan Green Bay
Programs of Study
- Academic degrees in select baccalaureate and associate degree programs; diplomas in technical and trades areas; and a variety of continuing education options
- Chartered by the Menominee People in 1993 and authorized by the United States Congress in 1994 as one of only three Land Grant Colleges in Wisconsin
- Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org) and chosen for the HLC’s prestigious Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP)