WHAT IS ADMISSIONS
Admissions is the process of applying for entrance to the college. Listed below are the categories that individuals may choose from when applying to College of Menominee Nation (CMN), please select the one that best fits your need.
Admissions into the Nursing and Teacher Education programs have additional criteria.
Students who have never attended an institution of higher education. Students who attend CMN while in high school are not in this category.
Students who have taken a class at another institution of higher education and are now applying to CMN.
Students who have previously attended CMN, but have not been enrolled at the college for a period of two consecutive semesters.
SPECIAL STUDENTS (Non-degree seeking and continuing education)
Students who do not enroll in a formal degree or certificate program.
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH OPTIONS
High school students who take classes in accordance with Wisconsin State Laws as regulated by the State Department of Public Instruction and the Youth Options Program. The course work should meet the graduation requirements of his/her high school.
LEARN AND EARN
High school students who attend CMN through a grant from the State of Wisconsin should apply using this status. High school juniors and seniors are eligible. For more information, contact the Workbase Coordinator at either campus location.
WHEN SHOULD I APPLY?
CMN accepts applications at any time, but there are deadlines for each semester. See the academic calendar for specific dates.