College of Menominee Nation Program

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COLLEGE OF MENOMINEE NATION (CMN)

The College of Menominee Nation is an accredited, tribally controlled, two-year community college.  The college serves over 600 students each semester from the Menominee Nation, neighboring tribal nations, and surrounding communities.  The main campus is located on the Menominee Reservation in Keshena, Wisconsin with a second campus located near the Oneida Reservation. 

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN PLATTEVILLE

The University of Wisconsin Platteville's engineering program focuses on meeting the needs of Wisconsin and is designed for both students and local employers.  Its goal is to grow locally based engineers to enter the local workforce without leaving the region.  UW-Platteville's goal of "growing local engineers" is parallel with the long term goals of CMN's engineering program.  The theories and strategies behind the program are parallel to many of CMN's theories and strategies, which will ensure compatibility with American Indians who desire to make a difference locally and regionally. 

PROGRAM GOALS

CMN has three core objectives that will achieve the project goal.  They are as follows:

  • To build CMN's capacity and infrastructure to sustain an Engineering Associate Degree program.
  • To implement an Engineering program of distinction.
  • By September 2015, to graduate at least twenty students from CMN's pre-engineering program and transition into UW-Madison's and UW-Platteville's engineering programs. 

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