The Board of Regents for higher education in Connecticut is considering tuition hikes at West Conn and the other three state universities. The proposal calls for an increase of 3 to 4 percent next year, holding tuition at community colleges flat. The Board's Finance and Infrastructure committee will consider the proposal at their meeting tomorrow. Full-time in-state tuition across the system would from about $5,900 per year to about $6,100. The university fee, charged at all campuses, would be from $918 to $946. University General Fees, which vary across the four schools, would also increase. Out-of-state costs would be increased 2.9 percent to 3.7 percent.