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2010-05-17MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

NW Tuition

Northwest Missouri State's Board of Regents approved the plan Friday afternoon... which packages together tuition and designated fees.

Northwest is holding tution as-is because of an agreement with the Governor not to raise tuition.

It is raising the entire package by fifty cents because of an extra fee students approved.

This means tuition and fees will be just shy of 235 dollars a credit hour for in-state undergraduate students.

For out of state undergraduates, it will be a little more than 413 dollars a credit hour.

Northwest's Vice President of Finance Stacy Carrick says the cost of attending college continues to go up nation wide.

Public colleges and universities in Missouri have agreed with the Governor not to raise tuition for classes this year if the state doesn't cut funding to schools by more than 5-point-2 percent.