The Iowa Board of Regents will consider a plan to freeze tuition rates for undergraduates from Iowa for the second straight year. The board is scheduled to meet today at the University of Iowa. Up for discussion is a plan to maintain current tuition rates for in-state undergraduates next year as long as lawmakers give the universities a 4 percent funding increase. The regents adopted a similar strategy last year, which has proven popular and was successful in the Legislature. The regents will also discuss a plan to reduce tuition for out-of-state students to improve enrollment at the University of Iowa law school.