College of Menominee Nation
N 172 Hwy 47/55
Keshena, WI 54135
The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) serves the Menominee Nation and surrounding communities. CMN prepares students for leadership, careers and advanced studies in a multicultural world. CMN is committed to research, promoting, perpetuating and nurturing American Indian culture, and providing outreach workshops and community service, while also serving as a center for lifelong learning.
CMN’s main campus in Keshena, Wisconsin is located on the Menominee Reservation. A satellite campus is located in metropolitan Green Bay. CMN offers bachelor’s and associate degrees and certificate and diploma programs. Bachelor degree areas of study include business administration and early childhood education. Associate degree program areas of study include nursing, American Indian studies, public administration, computer science, sustainable development, and the sciences. Certificate programs are available in subjects including criminal justice and entrepreneurship. Distance learning programs are available.
CMN offers student clubs for a variety of personal, cultural, and professional interests. Activities focus on relationships between and among students and their families, faculty, and staff. The college does not offer housing or dining services. Free learning services, a lab to strengthen skills for employability or to explore a new career are available. A walking/nature trail is available for student wellness.