A community college in Ontario, Canada is offering the Ruhi course. Or at least the first book in the sequence:
In this course you will develop an understanding of the Baha’i writings through three guided segments of the text, Reflections on the Life of the Spirit. Through class discussion and self-reflective exercises you will explore the following areas: Understanding the Baha’i Writings, Prayer, and Life and Death. The workbook, Reflections on the Life of the Spirit, Ruhi Institute can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
Unless I’m mistaken, this is the first time a Ruhi course has been offered by a non-Baha’i educational institution.
EDIT: I’m told by Steve M in the comments below that this isn’t the first instance at all.
This is great news! Now perhaps we can have non-Baha’is take Ruhi while we get on with actually doing something, you know, useful.
What do you think?