The S. Verna Fowler Academic Library/Menominee Public Library is a joint venture between the College of Menominee Nation, the Menominee Tribe, and Menominee County. Through this partnership, the Library provides a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of the various populations represented by each party, while also serving people from neighboring communities.
CMN’s academic library building opened in 2008, renamed in 2012 by the College’s Board of Trustees in honor of S. Verna Fowler, Ph.D. CMN’s founding President, Dr. Fowler served from 1992 until her retirement in 2016.
The facility's Special Collections Archive provides a valuable scholarly resource, including originals or copies of unique documents and other records relating to tribal and regional history. Since merging with the public library in 2012, a youth area has been developed as well, providing engaging spaces for children and specialty programming.
The building displays a variety of original art and artifacts on Native themes in public areas and meeting rooms.
715-799-6226, ext. 3003, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use your library card to access Badgerlink resources off-campus.
Contact our library staff for our JSTOR username and password.
|Monday||9AM - 6PM|
|Tuesday||9AM - 6PM|
|Wednesday||9AM - 6PM|
|Thursday||9AM - 6PM|
|Friday to Sunday||Closed|
The Library building is open with limited hours and days. Our online programs will continue, via our Facebook page @CMNLibrary.
Contact the Library using the options to the left for questions or concerns.