The College of Menominee Nation (CMN), located on the Menominee Indian Reservation is one of 34 tribally controlled community colleges in the United States. CMN is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) and is one of two tribal colleges in the State of Wisconsin. The Menominee Tribal Legislature chartered CMN as an Institution of Higher Education in March of 1993. In 1996 the Menominee people reinforced the college's existence by initiating a charter for the college under Article VIII of the Menominee Tribal Constitution and by-laws. In February, 1998, a NCA team of evaluators and consultants conducted a site visit to the college campus and recommended that the Commission grant CMN full accreditation. The College of Menominee Nation was granted full accreditation on August 7, 1998.|
The College Of Menominee Nationís mission is to provide opportunities in Higher Education to its students. As an institution of higher education chartered by the Menominee people, the college infuses this education with American Indian culture, preparing students for careers and advanced studies in a multi-cultural world. As a land grant institution, the College is committed to research, promoting, perpetuating and nurturing American Indian Culture, and providing outreach workshops and community service.
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