Presently at the top on the Nursing Career Ladder at the College of Menominee Nation is the program leading to an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing (ADN). This degree makes the student qualified to partake in the NCLEX examination (RN).
Upon successful conclusion of the exam, you are awarded the qualifications of Registered Nurse (RN). As an RN, you have prospects for a rewarding and respected career in one of the fastest rising fields of employment. Your job choices can include employment in clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, industry, home health agencies or business settings, and in many innovative occupations. There is also an option for bridge applicants.
About The School
The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) is among the34 tribal community colleges in the United States. Commissioned by the Menominee Nation, the college’s key campus is in Keshena, Wisconsin; another is in Green Bay, on the reservation of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. It is one of two tribal colleges in Wisconsin. It was established in 1993.
Total estimated program cost is USD $13,990
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Application Form A completed application for admission to the nursing program must be submitted online. Application fee will apply (see Tuition & Fee). The application fee may be waived after a personal interview with a member of the Nursing Admissions Committee. Personal interviews will be conducted by a Nursing Admissions Committee.
- Essay- A written essay of personal, professional, educational and career goals must accompany thisapplication. Essay Guidelines:
- Must be typewritten
- Double spaced
- Maximum of 2 pages
- Transcripts Official transcripts must be on file from high school and all colleges and universities attended in the CMN Official student file.
- Caregiver Background Check- A Caregiver Background Check will be completed prior to admission into the Nursing Program. This background check complies with the Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check and Investigation Legislation. Applicants who have been convicted of specific crimes/offenses that would bar them from student clinical experiences and/or licensure as a caregiver will not be allowed to enter the nursing program.
- CNA Certification- All applicants must be certified as nursing assistants in the State of Wisconsin. Applicants must be in practice currently or have completed their certification within the last two years.
- Standardized Testing- TEAS will be used as a baseline indicator for Nursing Program admission. The TEAS V is a proctored online assessment provided by Assessment Technologies Inc. This examination measures basic academic knowledge in the content areas of reading, mathematics, science and English and language usage.
Bridge Applicant Additional requirement
- TEAS V score of 78% or greater for full-time admission/58.7% or greater for part-time admission
- 160 Verifiable work hours as LPN
- Medication Calculation Assessment-Schedule an appointment to take assessment
- in the Nursing Skill Lab; a score of 78% must be obtained to enter the Bridge Program.
- Professional Liability Insurance- Provide proof of insurance with 250,000/1,000,000 coverage prior to starting Bridge Program
- Appointment in Nursing Office after accepted into the Bridge Program but prior to starting NUR 199 to try on and order uniforms, have picture taken for Clinical Badge, sign out the LPN to RN Transitions text book
College of Menominee
Address: 2733 S Ridge Rd, Green Bay, WI 54304
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