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Campus Resources and Services


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An Automated Teller Machine (ATM) is available in the Shirley Daly Hall for a small charge. It is located next to the lockers.



Computers are available only for student use in the instructional labs and libraries of Keshena and Green Bay/ Oneida Campus areas.  All computers are equipped with state-of-the-art applications, Internet access and email.  All students/users are responsible for following the computer use policies as posted on the CMN website and in the student handbook.



Accommodations and support for students with documented disabilities are provided through the Office of Disability Services (ODS). It is the responsibility of the student to bring forth documentation establishing a disability before services can be initiated. Students with documented disabilities are asked to make requests for services prior to the start of classes. Services through the Office of Disability Services may include assistance with college procedures, academic and career counseling, auxiliary aids and adaptive equipment, advocacy, classroom and testing accommodations, accessibility information, and referrals.  All information shared with the ODS is confidential.



CMN is part of the Northern Wisconsin Educational Communications System (NWECS) which provides high quality live interactive television (ITV) communication throughout the state of Wisconsin and to the rest of the world. With this system, we have the ability to connect with several locations simultaneously for dynamic, exciting extensions to the classroom. This system is also capable of virtual field trips to anywhere in the world.


The college also has voice over Internet (VOIP) capabilities which allow us to connect directly to our Green Bay/ Oneida Campus.  Both systems enable us to reach students in locations away from the main campus, while reducing travel time for students and Faculty.



The Department of Continuing Education office is dedicated to meeting the continuing educational needs of the community.  Serving as a catalyst for positive change in the community, the office provides a variety of non-credit educational opportunities to community members which build and strengthen the human resource capacity of the community.


The Department of Continuing Education office includes the Center for Cultural Research led by Dr. David Overstreet. The Center offers a full range of cultural resource management services including archival and literature searches and phase one, two, and three archaeological research. Learn more



Food services are not available on campus at this time. Vending machines are available in the students’ lounge and the campus commons.



Information and referral regarding health services are available to students through the Student Services Office. The college does not provide medical services.



CMN does not offer on-campus housing.



Learning Assistance services are available to all CMN students at no charge. Services are offered in the areas of English, Math/Algebra, Biology, Chemistry, Accounting, and other subjects upon request. Students can schedule learning assistance sessions at the Learning Assistance Center (LAC) or by contacting the receptionist at the Green Bay/ Oneida Campus.


Additional services available to students include test proctoring, study skills, individual/group sessions and test preparation. Equipment checkouts of alpha smarts, cassette recorders, walkmans, calculators, and victor vibe readers are available for SSS participants. Check with your advisor about your eligibility for the SSS program.


LOCKERS (Keshena Campus Only)

Lockers are available for students in the Shirley Daly Hall for a small charge.




The Skills Builder Lab is a partnership with NorthCentral Technical College – Wausau and College of Menominee Nation. Students may explore a new career or enhance employability skills, strengthen basic skills, or receive learning assistance for program courses. The Skills Builder Lab offers flexible instruction for specific needs. Individualized and group instructions are offered. Students may enroll at any time during the year and arrange a self-paced schedule that works best for them. There are no admission requirements for these Basic Education Services.


There is no charge for instruction. A minimal fee for some study materials may be charged. Community members 18 or older are welcome to use any of the services that meet their needs.


Individuals will be evaluated to determine their strengths and areas for improvement. The student and the instructor will develop a personal educational plan (PEP) based on the student’s assessment results, goals, learning style, and abilities.


Instruction is available in basic math, algebra, reading, science, and writing skillsThis self-paced instruction can help students develop skills to achieve specific goals including preparation for college entry, preparation for the GED/HSED, Accuplacer, apprenticeship, military entry exams, and preparation for a job promotion or career change.  Other resources include keyboarding, career exploration, and assistance with resumes and letters for a job search. Learn more



Funded under Department of Education, Student Support Services help first-generation and low-income students to stay in college until they can earn their baccalaureate degrees. The program is open to students who qualify.


Participants receive learning assistance, counseling and remedial instruction. The program provides opportunities for academic development, campus visits, assists students with basic college requirements and serves to motivate students toward the successful completion of their post-secondary education. The goal of Student Support Services is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of its participants and facilitate transition to the next level of higher education. Emphasis at CMN is on transferring to a four year degree program.  Eligibility for participation in this program is determined by the Director of Student Support Services. If interested in applying, please contact Student Services.



Veterans should submit a Certificate of Eligibility and copy of DD/214 to the Financial Aid Director for enrollment certification and transmittal to the Veterans Administration Regional Office. For more information, contact the Veterans Administration or the Wisconsin Department of Veterans’ Affairs Service Office in the county from which the veteran departed for service or where he/she now claims residence.



Vocational Rehabilitation for Native Americans delivers vocational support to eligible Native Americans/ Alaskan Native with disabilities living in the defined service area. The program staff is sensitive to participant’s individual cultural beliefs, strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, and abilities so each may engage in gainful employment. Learn more


Eligible participants in Vocational Rehabilitation for Native Americans may receive support in the following:

  • Vocational counseling
  • Vocational evaluation and/ or career exploration
  • Job seeking skills
  • Job development
  • Transition from high school to post-secondary education or immediate employment
  • Physical or technical aids needed to accommodate a disability in the workplace
  • Tools and equipment
  • Other federally approved services need to find, keep or advance at a job

For more information contact the Director of the Vocational Rehabilitation for Native Americans Project. The program is funded through a grant provided by the US Department of Education.



Dedicated in December 2004, the CMN walking trail was constructed to provide a variety of physical activity options for students and staff to enjoy.