Regents to Discuss Tuition Freeze Wednesday

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DES MOINES, Iowa — The Board of Regents will meet Wednesday to consider freezing tuition for all undergraduate students, including those who hold permanent residence in other states.

Freezing tuition for in-state students only would cost $6 million. Freezing it for all students would cost $14 million.

Any additional funding would have to come from the legislature.

The Regents meet Wednesday afternoon in Ames.

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  • John Smith

    I rather imagine that this board of regents will find additional university programs to slash in order to pay for anything else they wish to do.

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