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Academic Support

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.


Academic Success Coaches (ASCs)

At CMN, our Academic Success Coaches purposely provide individualized coaching and intervention techniques to current, returning, transfer, and non-degree students to support their college success, centering on academic and career goal setting, learning strategies, time management, organization, self-regulation, and self-efficacy. Our coaches are committed to student learning through ensuring access to programs and services, removing barriers to student enrollment and progression so they can achieve their educational goals. Through reflection and resources, we hope to help students develop skills, behaviors, and habits that contribute to success in college.

For assistance, please contact your Academic Success Coach directly,
or for general questions, please email

Counseling Services

Information and referral regarding counseling, including initial referral services for drug and alcohol abuse, is available to students through their Academic Success Coach. 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.

Disability Services

Students who have disability accommodation needs should contact their Academic Success Coach for assistance and follow-up discussions.

Student Resources & Disability Services Guide

Student Resources & Disability Services
Needs Assessment Form (Updated)

Academic Success Coaches

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Green Bay/Oneida Campus:
Ext. 4000

Keshena Campus:
Ext. 5500

Additional Resources

Kenātamakom, "It Helps You"
Emergency Aid

Kenātamakom provides emergency financial support to current enrolled students who are at risk of missing school, dropping out of school due to unexpected financial emergencies. Qualified students may receive only one emergency grant through this program per academic year of no more than $500.

Emergency Aid
Application (External)

Step-by-Step Guide
to Applying for Aid

A student is eligible if they are:

  • Enrolled in 6 credits or more
  • In good standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above
Eligible Expenses include Ineligible expenses include:
Child Care Books
Housing Fees
Medical Parking
Utilities Legal Fees
Food Insecurity Supplies
Transportation Tuition

If you have any further questions or need support in filling out the application, please contact: 

Winona Elliott, Student Resource & Disability Services Manager
715-799-5600, ext. 3183