Textbook Buy-Back This Week!
Fall 2013 textbook buy-back continues! KESHENA CAMPUS – Thursday, Dec. 5: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, Dec. 6: 9 a.m. to Noon; Monday, Dec. 9: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. GREEN BAY/ONEIDA CAMPUS – Friday, Dec. 6: 9 a.m. to Noon.
Abraham Lincoln’s Dakota Legacy, Part One
Tribal College Journal
By Ryan Winn, CMN Faculty
On November 19, 2013, America marked the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Many media outlets celebrated the speech that forever changed American political prose and oratory. Yet it’s just one of Lincoln’s accomplishments: we also rightfully celebrate the Emancipation Proclamation and his signing of legislation creating land grant colleges. We’ll soon mark anniversaries of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution outlawing slavery, the Civil War’s peace settlement, and Lincoln’s tragic assassination. Read more
New Online Services Make Applications and Inquiries Faster and Easier
The College of Menominee Nation Admissions Office is pleased to announce that our new online services are now available and ready for use. The new online services deliver a quick and convenient way to apply or request information about CMN. The goals of our new features are to expedite the application process, prevent unnecessary delays in processing applications, reduce wait-time to hear about applications status, and provide same-day acceptances. Get started here.
Oskēh-Mamāceqtāwak Kēketōwak: Youth Speak
On Friday, December 6, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Cultural Resource Center at the College of Menominee Nation, the High School Sustainability Leadership Cohort youth will unveil their videos and action-research projects in a community event to celebrate student voices. Featured booths will promote other Menominee youth voices and opportunities as well as other tribal youth video projects from the area.
Interested in Nursing?
We have informational sessions to fit your schedule!
Learn more about Nursing Assistant courses or the Health Profession Opportunity Grant (HPOG). HPOG can help fund the cost of tuition, books, and other educational expenses for students interested in CMN’s Nursing Career Ladder. Whether you are a high school student or a new or continuing student at CMN, full or part time, you can apply. Find a convenient, no cost, no obligation informational session here.
CMN Student Among 10 Chosen
as College Fund Gala Ambassador
Brennan Waupoose, a student at the College of Menominee Nation, was selected to represent all tribal colleges as a student ambassador at the annual American Indian College Fund's Flame of Hope Gala. The black tie fund raising event was held in October 10, 2013, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Each year, 10 students among an enrollment of 30,000 across the country are chosen to be ambassadors at the American Indian College Fund's gala. Read more
2013-2014 College of Menominee Nation Student Government Elected
The 2013-2014 College of Menominee Nation (CMN) Student Government is being led this academic year by Sally Hill, President. The other officers are Vice President Courtney Behrendt, Treasurer Harold Bowman, and Secretary Angela Schneider. The Keshena campus representative is Zachariah Romans. The Green Bay/Oneida campus representative is Michael Guyette. Advisors for CMN’s Student Government are Teresa Martin, Keshena campus, and Michael Faulds, Green Bay/Oneida campus. Read more
CMN Campus Was a Popular Stop
on the Regional 'Miles of Art' Trail
The 2013 Miles of Art festivities at the College of Menominee Nation brought artists from around the State and visitors from around the Midwest to the Keshena campus.
The gallery of photos from Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 5 and 6, includes shots of participating artists and visitors, and performers at the CMN Hand Drumming Contest held concurrent with the art show and sale. Winners in the Men's Hand Drumming Division were Elmer Denny Jr., first place, and Kristofor Maruffo, second place. First place among the Women's Canary Singers were Kylene Denny and Sofie Teller. Second place went to Laura Doud and Chaunee Doud. Susan M. Waukau of the CMN staff coordinated the College's participation in the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce event. CMN photos by D.Kakkak.