TUITION FREEZE: Possible Freeze For In-State Students

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Wednesday, the Board of Regents unveiled a plan to freeze tuition for Iowans next year.

The plan is being back by the three university presidents.

Regents say the freeze will be possible for in-state students next year, thanks in part to healthy enrollment at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University this year.

The plan will be further discussed next month.

Universities raised tuition about four-percent for most Iowans this year.