Want to enroll in one of our courses?
PubH 1001: Success Over Stress, PubH 1003: Alcohol & College Life, PubH 1004: Sexuality Matters, and PubH 1005: Sleep, Eat & Exercise are offered through the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus during fall, spring, and summer terms and are delivered asynchronously and completely online, giving you the flexibility to complete these courses from anywhere, whenever it is convenient for you. You just need a few hours a week, a reliable internet connection, and an interest in developing a healthier you!
Look for our courses under Public Health in the online class schedule, and do not hesitate to contact us with questions!
- Current University of Minnesota Twin Cities students
- Students from other University of Minnesota campuses
- Non–University of Minnesota students
If you are a current U of MN Twin Cities student, you can register for RI courses just as you would your other courses—through the online class schedule via your MyU portal. By the first day of the semester, you can expect your RI course to show up in your list of Moodle Courses in your MyU portal.
If you are a current U of MN student enrolled on a campus other than the Twin Cities campus and you are interested in taking an RI course that’s not offered on your campus, you can register for a Twin Cities section of the course by filling out a multi–institutional form. You will need to consult with your advisor to discuss how RI courses fit into your course plan, as well as your financial aid office.
Even if you’re not an admitted student at the University of Minnesota and Rothenberger Institute (RI) courses aren’t offered through your own campus, you can still take an RI course by enrolling as a non–degree student. The non–degree registration website explains the registration process, as well as how to initiate your University of Minnesota online account, pay your bill, and explore resources for financial aid.
It was very welcoming and it felt like a safe environment to be completely honest and self-reflect.—Sexuality Matters student
As a result of this class, I was able to adapt my lifestyle into a much more healthy lifestyle. I would recommend this class to anyone interested in learning more about keeping your body healthy.—Sleep, Eat & Exercise student
[A strength of this course is that it] presented facts for both sides of debate, which allowed students to shape their own values and opinions.—Alcohol & College Life student
Good ideas and suggestions about how to save money and make good use out of campus resources.—Financial Fitness student
Overall this course was extremely beneficial to me and provided me with many new tips and tricks to cope with stress.—Success Over Stress student