The College of Menominee Nation places a firm belief in a culture of involvement and problem solving that remains consistent with Menominee values. To this end, we maintain accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission, engaging in a process known as the Academic Quality Improvement Program.
The College of Menominee Nation places a firm belief in a culture of involvement and quality improvement that remains consistent with Menominee values. To this end, we maintain accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission, engaging in a process known as Open Pathways.
The Open Pathway is a ten-year cycle focused on quality assurance and institutional improvement. This process includes regular monitoring, an assurance review in year 4, quality initiative work in years 5 to 9, and a comprehensive visit in year 10. CMN is currently preparing for the comprehensive visit in April 2023.
Student Achievement Measures of Success
According to guidelines issued in July of 2013 by the Regional Accrediting Commissions and the major higher education associations, all institutions of higher learning are expected to provide evidence of student achievement in three areas: evidence of the student learning experience, evaluation of student academic performance, and post-graduation outcomes. The Higher Learning Commission also requires that this information be made available to the public. The College of Menominee Nation is proud to provide the following data to the entire College community and to the general public.
Additional Student Achievement Measures
(The College of Menominee Nation will continue to develop and document additional achievement measures, especially related to employment rates, transfer rates, and success on standardized tests.)