Iowa Board of Regents approves tuition increase for state universities

Students at Iowa’s public universities will pay more this fall after the Board of Regents unanimously passed tuition increases on Wednesday.

The regents approved a 3.5% increase in tuition for both the University of Iowa and Iowa State University’s in-state students. The University of Northern Iowa’s residential undergraduates will see a 1.5% increase. Nonresidential students at the University of Iowa will see a 1.06% increase, Iowa State University’s 3.8%, and the University of Northern Iowa’s 1.4%.

Graduate and professional students at all three universities will also see an increase in tuition, between 1.3% and 3.85%.

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