University of Iowa students would pay quite a bit more in tuition if a new plan is implemented. University president Bruce Harreld told a Board of Regents tuition task force Monday that the school is looking to increase tuition by slightly more than seven-percent every year for the next five years. That would apply to resident undergrads while non-resident undergrads would see an increase of a little more than two-percent each year. Harreld says the extra tuition money would be used to boost faculty pay, among other things.
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