The College of Menominee Nation has two campus sites.
The Keshena campus is located on Highway 47/55, in Keshena, Wisconsin. The campus, set in the tranquil forest of the Menominee People, offers students a unique learning environment. Close to the city of Shawano and Shawano Lake, students have access to many recreational attractions.
Keshena campus directions and map
Green Bay/Oneida Campus
Located on Green Bay's south side in the suburb of Ashwaubenon at 2733 South Ridge Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin, the Green Bay/Oneida campus offers many of the same courses as our main campus. While this campus is smaller in size, it offers students numerous educational opportunities. A Distance Education classroom increases the choices available by offering classes delivered at the Keshena campus. The city of Green Bay, home of the Green Bay Packers, offers students many off campus activities. Learn more about the Green Bay campus
Green Bay/Oneida directions and map
(Please note that although the mailing address of the College is Ridge Road, you need to follow Allied Street to get to our location.)
With an advance call, you can arrange for a tour of either of the campuses. Individuals, families, and groups are all welcome at any time when the College is open and in session.
If you or someone visiting with you is a prospective student, call CMN Student Services.
If you have a general interest in the College of Menominee Nation, call the CMN Development Office.
Staff will be happy to talk with you about available times and dates, and your special areas of interest. Numbers to call are:
Student Services: 715-799-5600, ext. 3051 or toll free 800-567-2344, ext. 3223
Development Office: 715-799-5600, ext. 3156 or toll free 800-567-2344, ext. 3155