AMES, Iowa – Tuition could be going up at two state universities in Iowa.
The Board of Regents will meet on Thursday to discuss a five-year plan called "Guardrails Tuition Model."
If approved, a three-percent increase in tuition for undergraduate students at University of Iowa and Iowa State University could begin this fall.
Governor Kim Reynolds and the Iowa General Assembly have approved setting aside a $12 million increase for undergraduate financial aid in 2020.
WHO Channel 13 reports there will be no increases for students at University of Northern Iowa.
The Board of Regents will meet Thursday morning at Iowa State University.