TUITION FREEZE: Regents To Take Vote

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The Iowa Board of Regents will vote on freezing tuition during the board’s last meeting of this year Wednesday.

If approved, this would be the second year in a row of no increase. The freeze would only apply to undergraduate, in-state students.

In order to keep the costs the same, Regents say state lawmakers must approve a four-percent increase in funding.

However, the board is suggesting an increase in student fees. The fees pay for things like technology upgrades, student activities and health services.


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