TUITION FREEZE: Board Of Regents Approves Plan

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The Iowa Board of Regents approved a budget plan on Wednesday they say won’t raise in-state tuition next year.

For that to happen, though, the governor and legislature will have to agree to increase funding by four-percent.

Last year was the first time in more than 30 years that tuition wasn’t raised at Iowa, Iowa State and UNI.

Governor Branstad hasn’t fully committed to the funding increase.