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College Catalog




Dear Reader,


The College Catalog is your guidebook to the programs and policies of the College of Menominee Nation (CMN). It details the educational options available at CMN and the steps that will enable you to move successfully and efficiently from matriculation to graduation.


If you are beginning at CMN this year, the policies in this edition of the College Catalog will guide your progress from now through graduation. If you are a continuing student, you may also reference the catalog that was in effect at the time you entered CMN. Whether new or continuing, you should develop and continuously monitor your academic roadmap with a Student Achievement Specialist. These specialists are part of the support group that will help you improve your study skills, explore financial aid and career options, and successfully navigate the requirements of the College and the program you choose.


The faculty and staff of CMN's Keshena and Green Bay/Oneida campuses hold high credentials. They are well prepared to teach you and to help you to succeed as a student in coursework that is infused with American Indian culture. Throughout its first quarter century of service, the College of Menominee Nation has been committed to walking with its students every step of the way. I invite you to make your educational journey with CMN's catalog as your roadmap and its faculty and staff as your guides.


Dr. Diana Morris


Diana Morris, Chief Academic Officer
Ph.D., Ohio State University
M.A., Ohio State University
B.S., Franklin University


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.