How Can TCUs Support Undergraduate Research . College of Menominee Nation. General. Chartered by the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin in 1994 Two Campuses Main Campus, Keshena (Rural Reservation) Branch Campus, Green Bay (Urban) 750 Students 26+ Tribes Served 75% Female
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How Can TCUs Support Undergraduate Research
College of Menominee Nation
The College of Menominee Nation’s mission is to provide opportunities in higher education to its students. As an institution of higher education chartered by the Menominee people, the college infuses this education with American Indian culture, preparing students for careers and advanced studies in a multicultural world. As a land grant institution, the College is committed to research, promoting, perpetuating, and nurturing American Indian Culture, and providing outreach workshops and community service.