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College Catalog




Dear Reader,


Chris Caldwell

If you are or plan to become a student at the College of Menominee Nation, you will want to bookmark this College Catalog and visit it often. It is where you will find answers to your questions about CMN’s academic programs and services. It also provides the policies designed to make your educational journey as efficient and coherent as possible.


I encourage you to use the Catalog as a first introduction to being a CMN student and as your continuing reference. It contains the basic information you need to understand the rights you have as a student and your responsibilities as a member of the College community. If you need clarification or guidance, do not hesitate to ask. All questions are valid, so feel free to seek out your advisor, a faculty member, or another from the CMN staff. They are here to help you plot your long-term goals and navigate your semester-to-semester success.


My academic journey began here at the College of Menominee Nation. It was a great first step for me toward the work and study that has followed. Whether your objective is a single course, a technical diploma, or an academic degree, the College Catalog is your roadmap. CMN faculty and staff are your guides. We are here to walk the CMN path with you – every step of the way.


Chris Caldwell, Interim President, College of Menominee Nation
Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin


Graduate Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison Nelson Institute (Environment and Resources)
Master of Science, UW-Green Bay (Environmental Science and Policy)
Bachelor of Science, UW-Madison (Natural Resources)
Associate Degree, College of Menominee Nation (Sustainable Development)


About this Catalog

Care is taken to ensure accuracy of the College Catalog content at the time of publication. However, through the appropriate action of its Board of Trustees, the administration and faculty, CMN reserves the right to make changes as educational and financial considerations may require. All changes will be published in electronic or other form and will affect all students currently enrolled at CMN at the time of publishing and who have not yet graduated from CMN.