It’s going to cost more for students to attend Central Missouri State University. The University’s governing board has voted to add a $10-per-credit-hour surcharge to tuition bills for next spring and summer. The surcharge is intended to help the Warrensburg school make up for any budget cuts the state government might make in the coming months. With the added fees, in-state undergraduate students will pay $147 per credit hour, and graduate students will pay $195 per credit hour. The hike is called a surcharge because it is not a permanent increase.