The College of the Marshall Islands' Cooperative research and extension (CMI-CRE) is an USDA-NIFA Land Grant funded program serving the people of the Marshall Islands. The CMI-CRE office is located at the Uliga campus, the research component is based at CMI Arrak Campus. The central office is located in Kolonia, Pohnpei, where the grant is allocated and distributed to the three Micronesian Colleges namely; Palau Community College, College of Micronesia-Federated State of Micronesia and College of the Marshall Islands. Through the following structure it was established by a treaty between the US and the three governments in Micronesia. It was further enacted by RMI PL 1992-2013, under the College of the Marshall Islands Act. More details of the set up can be viewed at the Micronesia Land Grant website: www.micronesialandgrant.org.
Strengthen and improve skills and the well-being of the people through research, extension, and informal education by incorporating science-based actuality, technologies and traditional knowledge. Work in conjunction and through collective efforts of service providers, stakeholders, and clientele to promote sustainable livelihoods.
Mentally, physically, socially and economically equip the community in today's state of affairs.