Degree-Seeking Student at the University of Minnesota
Registration begins on February 27, 2020
Choose this registration option if you are currently enrolled in a graduate-level degree or certificate program at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus or if you have been formally admitted to a graduate-level program for Summer 2020.
To register for courses, go directly to MyU
Non-degree Seeking Student
Registration begins on March 5, 2020
Students who have not been admitted to a graduate level program at the University of Minnesota are considered non-degree seeking students. If you are in this category and are interested in earning graduate credit you must Submit a “Registration Request for Graduate Credit” (PDF). Complete sections 1 & 2, leave section 3 blank, sign and date section 4. Then, scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unsure about your status?
Contact Student Services 612-624-6952 at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health before you select your registration option.
Tuition & Fees
*These tuition rates are available to University of Minnesota School of Public Health MPH and non-admitted students. Tuition rates and fees for other programs of study vary. Other fees such as a student services fee, technology fee, and GAPSA may apply, depending on student status and credit load for May Term/Summer Session 2020.
Fees will be assessed to students participating in field trip courses to cover transportation costs.
Payment of Tuition & Fees
The University of Minnesota uses electronic billing and offers payment through MyU and your student financial account. You will automatically receive notification from the Bursar’s Office via your University of Minnesota e-mail account when your bill is ready to be viewed online. Paper bills are not available.
Third-party billing is available for payment of tuition and fees.
If an organization not owned by you or a family member makes a commitment to pay your educational expenses, it is considered a third-party sponsor by the University of Minnesota. When payment is due on your student account, the sponsor is billed by the University. The sponsor provides billing authorization by letter, purchase order or voucher directed to the Third Party Billing Office and your university student account is credited for the expected payment amount.
Visit OneStop for complete information and directions for requesting third-party billing or call 612-625-8559.
If you registered for courses for graduate academic credit, you may cancel your registration yourself prior to May 18 at MyU. After May 18 you must send written notification to cancel your registration for Institute courses to the School of Public Health Student Services Offices.
Tuition and Fees Refund Schedule for 1 & 2 week courses
(0.5 credit courses must be cancelled on day 1 of the course)
|Days of Term||% of Refund||Change Grade Base or Variable Credits||Required to Cancel||Required to Add|
|Day 1||100%||Allowed||No approval||No approval|
|Day 2||50%||Allowed||See instruction below||Instructor approval|
|Day 3||No refund||Not allowed||No approval (“W” recorded on transcript)||Approvals from instructor and college|
|After Day 3||No refund||Not allowed||College scholastic committee approval (“W” recorded on transcript)||Approvals from instructor and college scholastic committee|
Institute courses are also available for continuing education contact hours. The registration fee is: $595/per 15 contact hours. All courses are eligible for CPH recertification credit. Credit hours vary by course.
The registration deadline is one week before the class begins. To register after that date, please call 612-626-8434 or email email@example.com for space availability.
If you are registered as a professional continuing education participant, send written notice to cancel your registration to the Centers for Public Health Education and Outreach by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following refund policy applies to all continuing education registrations.
- An administrative fee of $50 will be charged on all cancellation requests received after the first day of the course.
- In the event of course cancellation, a complete refund of fees paid will be made. In the event of a cancellation, the University of Minnesota is not responsible for participant housing or travel expenses.