Missouri State University Board of Governors to decide possible tuition hike

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Students at Missouri State University may pay more for their education next school year.
 
The MSU Board of Governors will vote on a tuition hike either Thursday or Friday in St. Louis.  In-state undergrads would pay $113 more a year in tuition and fees.  State law allows Missouri State to raise tuition without permission, as long as it's in-line with the consumer price index.

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