Research Interests: college affordability, state higher education financing policies, tuition setting, high school to college transitions
Meredith Billings is a doctoral candidate in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education (CSHPE) at the University of Michigan. Her research interests focus on college affordability, state higher education financing policies, and tuition setting for public colleges and universities. Prior to coming to Michigan, Meredith worked as an institutional researcher at Tufts University for three years. She holds a bachelor of science in neuroscience from the College of William and Mary and a master's of arts in higher education from the University of Maryland.
- "Dual Credit Courses and the Road to College: Experimental Evidence from Tennessee," Susan Dynarski, Steven Hemelt, Public Policy, University of North Carolina, and Nathaniel Schwartz, Office of Research and Policy, Tennessee Department of Education
- "Michigan Promise Scholarship," Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob