CMN to Present Bruce King's "Evening at the Warbonnet"
The College of Menominee Nation's (CMN) Fall production of Bruce King's "Evening at the Warbonnet" is a two-act play to be staged on separate nights at the College’s Keshena campus and at the Norbert Hill Center in Oneida.
The play is a dramatic comedy that discusses the burdens we each carry throughout our lives. It was written by decorated Oneida playwright, Bruce King, and has been published in numerous anthologies and staged throughout the country. This production will mark the ninth time CMN has collaborated with the Oneida Arts Program to bring live theater to both the Menominee and Oneida communities. Read more
CMN Team Wins N.E.W. Collegiate Intertribal 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
The N.E.W. Collegiate Intertribal 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, Three Point, and Free Throw Contest was held Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Kress Event Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB).
The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) team of Deitric Gray, Andre Neal, and Deontay Gray, came home with the trophy. Deontay Gray also won the free throw shooting contest. A total of six teams competed from five different area colleges - Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, St. Norbert College, UWGB, and CMN (two teams). See the photo gallery
National Project Pledges to Match Contributions
Made by Year End to College of Menominee Nation
Friends of the College of Menominee Nation (CMN) are being invited to make CMN part of their year-end charitable giving and to see the impact of their donation increase through a new online matching-gift challenge project. The invitation comes from NativeGiving.org, a project of First Nations Development Institute located in Longmont, Colorado. Learn more
Registration Open Now for Spring 2016 Classes
College of Menominee Nation's Spring 2016 class schedule is now available. Register online here or meet with your Student Achievement Specialist. Last day to register for Spring 2016 classes is Friday, January 22, 2016
Haven't Applied Yet? Apply Today for Spring 2016 Semester
Applying to the College of Menominee Nation is easy - you can apply online, or call to schedule an appointment: Keshena Campus at 715-799-6226, ext. 3051 or
GreenBay/Oneida Campus at 920-965-0070. The last day to apply for Spring 2016 admission is Friday, January 22, 2016. Learn more
Assessing the State of Food Security and Food Sovereignty in the Menominee Community
This work is a collaboration between the College of Menominee Nation Sustainable Development Institute and Sarah Tuori, Department of Education VISTA volunteer. It is made possible through funding from the American Indian Higher Education Consortium. This survey was conducted in order to assess the state of food security and food sovereignty on the Menominee Indian Reservation. Read the report
The Art of Critique Writing, Part Two: A Level Playing Field
By Ryan Winn for the "Tribal College Journal"
Media critiquing isn’t a spectator sport. We writers aren’t satisfied being delegated to the sidelines with the who, what, when, where, and how components of reportage. No, what we’re called on to do is explore the question of why a work of art matters. It’s our job to engage with a piece, talk back to it, and recognize its larger significance to the society, culture, and medium that produced it. We writers must remember that our strength comes not from the size of our font, but from our ability to be objective in our conclusions. Read more
Begin your Journey in Engineering
Operation Launch Engineering Summer Program
UW-Madison Engineering Department will again be coming to the College of Menominee Nation Cultural Learning Center August 10-13 to present a week-long workshop for youth going into 7th, 8th, or 9th grade. Youth will learn to write computer code, innovate and problem solve like an engineer, build a solar powered weather station, and more. The sessions will be held daily from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. For details and to register, contact Dean Brian Kowalkowski at 715-799-5600 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Native Giving - Your Support Can Make a Difference
You can help sustain a unique tribal college
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) recognizes that Native American youth are the very future of their communities, and that ensuring their well-being is crucial to the prosperity of those communities. That's why First Nations established NativeGiving.org, which highlights community-based nonprofits that are dedicated to strengthening and improving the lives of Native children and families. Please make a gift today to ensure the future of Native communities. Learn more