Iowa State is lifting its pay freeze. The university says faculty and staff with satisfactory performance reviews will get raises from one to 10 percent in the fiscal year that starts July 1st. Raises of more than 10 percent will need approval from a senior vice president. The pay freeze was put in place July 1st of last year while the state cut spending to deal with lower than expected revenues. The school says proposed salary increases must by submitted by June 7th, the same day the Iowa Board of Regents votes on a tuition increase that's expected to add $10 million to universty coffers.