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Academic Support Coaches

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 advising, provided by Academic Success Coaches (ACS), 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 ACS. Advising services include course selection assistance, transfer information, adding/dropping courses, petitions, graduation requirements/questions, study skills, goal setting, motivation, and personal counseling referrals. ACS can assist, but final responsibility for student success rests with the student. When seeking assistance, students should contact their ACS first.

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.

Academic Success Coaches

Claude Sanapaw

Claude Sanapaw

School: ext. 3232
Sheila Solenos-House

Sheila Solenos-House

School: ext. 4000
Tracy Wilber

Tracy Wilber

School: ext. 3278

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Green Bay/Oneida Campus:
Ext. 4000

Keshena Campus:
Ext. 5500