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A panoramic shot of the Keshena Campus, with the water tower in the distance.

Visit the College of Menominee Nation

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.

Keshena

Our main campus is located on Highway 47/55 in Keshena, just north of the City of Shawano and 45 miles from Green Bay, the hub of Wisconsin’s third largest metro area. CMN’s nine buildings are set on more than 50 acres adjoining the tranquil forest of the Menominee People.
The campus offers students an attractive rural learning environment near numerous lakes and the beautiful Wolf River.
 
The back side of the main halls at our Keshena campus. Several windows have their blinds drawn shut.

Green Bay / Oneida

Our urban campus serves a third of our student body.
Located in metropolitan Green Bay’s west suburb of Ashwaubenon, we are not far from the tribal lands of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin.
Students enjoy easy access to city resources including jobs, shopping, and entertainment venues. Transportation options include city and tribal bus services to nearby Austin Straubel International Airport, and major highways like U.S 41 (north-south) and Highways 172 and 29 (east-west).
The public-facing entrance to our Green Bay campus.

Green Bay/Oneida directions and map

(Please note: the mailing address is 2733 S. Ridge Road,
but parking and building access are from the North Allied Street cul du sac)

Two faculty members relaxing in the Library. A small tree sits between them, with a dreamcatcher hanging from it.
A man in a bright green sweatshirt and a bandana shovels dirt out of a trailer. There is fog in the distance.
A whiteboard from a language class demonstrates the pronunciation of several Menominee words in various colors.
A series of sealed jars sit on a shelf labeled %22BEANS.%22 A larger jar is labeled %22Frank's Beans.%22

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

715-799-5600
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 toll free at 1-800-567-2344, ext. 3000

Green Bay/Oneida Campus

920-965-0070
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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:

Advancement Office

715-799-5600
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 toll free at 1-800-567-2344, ext. 3155

Our staff will be happy to discuss available times, dates, and your special areas of interest.