The College of Menominee Nation is pleased to be able to offer academic support to students at no cost to them. Support is offered in most academic subject areas, test preparation, computers, software, study and life skills, and financial planning.
The Stay Connected Program
As we continue to manage our services through the COVID-19 pandemic, the College of Menominee Nation is taking immediate steps toward making it easier for our students to connect to the internet at home. Chief among these steps is the "Stay Connected" program, which enables CMN to help students with their Internet bills through Spectrum, or gain Internet service if they do not currently have it.
- New Spectrum internet service customers will receive a rate of $57 per household. The College will pay the cost of new service connections, plus your monthly bill of $57.
- If you have an internet connection, but not with Spectrum Enterprises, you are still eligible to receive assistance. The College will pay $57 per household towards your current internet service provider bill.
- For all current students that have internet services, CMN will pay your bill effective November 1st through December 31st.
- Students must be registered for the current term to qualify for the Stay Connected Program.
- Internet bills will be processed the last week of each month.
- Students will be responsible for submitting their bill on a monthly basis to the College and a payment will be processed to your provider.
- If your current internet service provider is not in your name, a statement must be submitted by the individual(s) you are residing with.
To submit your information to the Stay Connected Program, and to get in touch with our SCP staff members, please fill out this form (opens in a new window).
Dreamkeepers Emergency Aid
The Dreamkeepers program provides assistance to students at risk of dropping out of college due to unexpected financial emergencies including child care, gas, automobile expenses, and more. Created to help students stay in college and meet their educational goals, this assistance is designed to ultimately secure a better financial future.
For a more in-depth look at the Dreamkeepers guidelines, a PDF can be viewed here.
This federally funded program is under the Department of Education. TRiO programs provide opportunities for academic development, assist students with basic college requirements, and motivate students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education.
Student Support Services (SSS) are intended to increase college retention and graduation rates. The Federal TRIO Programs are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
TRIO – SSS includes programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs.
TRIO/SSS Peer Mentor Tutors for Fall 2021
Please check via e-mail with the tutor for availability and type of services (online, in person, or on the phone). All tutors are generalists and do not specialize in any area. Keep in mind the tutors may not be able to tutor in every subject or class. If there are any questions, please contact a SAS.
Student Achievement Specialists (SAS)
Academic advising, provided by Student Achievement Specialists (SAS), is an integral part of student success at the College of Menominee Nation. All students have opportunities to discuss education, career, and personal goals with their SAS. Advising services include course selection assistance, transfer information, adding/dropping courses, petitions, graduation requirements/questions, study skills, goal setting, motivation, and personal counseling referrals. SAS can assist, but final responsibility for student success rests with the student. When seeking assistance, students should contact their SAS first.
Information and referral regarding counseling, including initial referral services for drug and alcohol abuse, is available to students through their Student Achievement Specialist. In-depth services are available at local agencies serving communities near both campuses and the Menominee Tribal Clinic in Keshena. These resources are listed in local telephone directories and the CMN Family Resource Listing. The financial responsibility for receiving services from these community service agencies rests upon the person receiving the services.
Students who have disability accommodation needs should contact their Student Achievement Specialist for assistance.
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