The Iowa Board of Regents have approved $30 million of borrowing for the University of Iowa for cash-flow purposes related to $232 million of repair costs from the devastating floods that swept through the region last spring.

The university expects its final costs for repairs will be about $25 million, with the remainder being covered by funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and insurance policies although reimbursement is expected to take months.

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