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Precautionary Move: Online Classes for the 2020 Fall Semester and Extended Building Closure


The recent local surge in COVID-19 cases has prompted recommendations that CMN temporarily restrict campus access to help ensure the safety of our students and employees.


CMN Classes


For the remainder of the 2020 Fall semester, all classes will be delivered online. Students are encouraged to contact their instructors as soon as possible and remain in contact via e-mail, phone, and the College’s learning management system, CANVAS. Special arrangements are made for Technical Education students to continue their lab-based courses by appointment.


The College’s Leadership Team will reassess the situation and provide updates as circumstances change.


EXTENDED CLOSURE: All College of Menominee Nation buildings will remain closed through Friday, October 30.


Hours of Operation

  • CMN facilities are closed to the public with departments available by appointment only 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-noon Friday.
    1. All staff will be available whether on or off campus during normal business hours.
    2. Departments will continue to telecommute as identified by supervisors per CMN policy.
    3. Fridays – all departments must have a designated individual on campus from 8 a.m.-noon.
    4. Friday afternoons – all departments MUST remain available for business. Telecommuting means you are working – checking e-mails, doing designated work, answering phone calls etc.
  • All classes are being offered online with the exception of lab courses.
  • The S. Verna Public/Academic Library is closed. Library Curbside Services are offered again beginning Monday, Oct. 12, 2020. Monday-Thursday: 1-4 p.m. These are no-contact services and pick-up is done by appointment. Contact library@menominee.edu or 715-799-5600, ext. 3003.
  • Capacity levels for buildings and/or departments will be adhered to. This is based on CDC and Menominee Tribal guidance.
  • Friday afternoons are reserved for deep cleaning of physical spaces.