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Student Life


All College of Menominee Nation students are encouraged to join and participate in the following clubs:


American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL)
Student Clubs Supports and promotes the education and development of future American Indian business leaders to meet the need for educated, experienced members to assist with tribal economic development.



Ann Walenski, ext. 3225


American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)
AISES especially helps American Indian and Alaska Native students prepare for careers in science, technology, and engineering through scholarship opportunities, networking at regional and national conferences and other events.



Jennifer Morris, ext. 3273


Student Clubs

CMN Prep Club - AIHEC
Prepare and fund raise for competition at the annual American Indian Higher Education Consortium conferences. Students usually compete in the Knowledge Bowl, the Business Bowl, and the Science Bowl as well as several speech competitions.



Vicki Besaw, ext. 3086


Feather Chronicles

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Provides an opportunity for CMN’s creative writers – students, faculty, and staff – to share their work and encourage and support one another.



Dr. Dennis Vickers, ext. 3059


Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity & Sustainability (SEEDS)

The CMN SEEDS (Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity & Sustainability) group is an active student group on campus that works at promoting and implementing sustainability initiatives on campus, as well as the surrounding community. It helped start the Campus Grind Coffee Shop and was instrumental in making it a uniquely “green business.”


The group has sponsored many workshops and campus-wide presentations on sustainability since its beginnings in 2003. SEEDS’ members have travelled to Mexico and to various locations across the United States to learn more about environmental sustainability. Any student is welcome to join SEEDS and participate in the sustainability movement. Regular monthly meetings are announced via the CMN e-mail system. Come be a part of the longest running student group on the CMN campus.



Dr. Dennis Vickers, ext. 3059


Student Government

Officers are elected by their peers and serve as representatives of the CMN student body. They address student concerns and sponsor student activities. Members develop confidence and leadership skills.



Student Achievement Specialists, ext. 5500