With two campuses located in Green Bay and Keshena, the College of Menominee Nation is committed to promoting, perpetuating, and nurturing American Indian language and scholarship. As a Land Grant institution of higher education chartered by the Menominee People, the College of Menominee Nation infuses learning with American Indian culture and prepares students for leadership, careers, and advanced studies in a multicultural world.
In addition to physical tours, and in light of increased vigilance due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, CMN has developed an interactive visit for both our Keshena and Green Bay campuses.
(Please note: the mailing address is 2733 S. Ridge Road,
but parking and building access are from the North Allied Street cul du sac)
Planning a Campus Visit?
Call to arrange for a tour of either campus!
Individuals, families, and groups are all welcome at any time when the College is open and in session.
If you or someone visiting with you is a prospective student, call CMN Admissions for more details.
Keshena - Main Campus
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toll free at 1-800-567-2344, ext. 3000
Green Bay/Oneida Campus
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toll free at 1-800 567-2344, ext. 4000
Alternately, if you have a general interest in the College of Menominee Nation, please call the CMN Advancement Office:
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toll free at 1-800-567-2344, ext. 3114
Our staff will be happy to discuss available times, dates, and your special areas of interest.