The State Board of Regents discussed a four-point-three percent proposedtuition increase at their meeting today in Cedar Falls. Tuition for Iowa residents would total of just over 29-hundred dollars ifthe increase is approved. The presidents of the three state universities allvoiced their support for the increase. University of Northern Iowa PresidentRobert Koob says the increase is needed in the face of increasedenrollments.Student leaders at the meeting say they want to study the issue more to besure all students understand the impact of the tutition increase. This wasthe first discussion of the proposed increase, the board will take action atits next meeting.
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