Edquity provides fast, equitable distribution of emergency cash grants through evidence-based technology. Students who apply for emergency aid using the Edquity app are proven to be more likely to graduate — saving colleges hundreds of thousands in potentially lost tuition dollars, and helping students continue on their educational path.
"We just wouldn’t have been able to [retain students]...those students would have had to drop out and probably never came back, but a small grant makes a big difference at the right time. That’s the value of Edquity for us."
Dr. Pyeper Wilkins Vice Chancellor, Workforce & Advancement of Dallas College
"As the first California community college to work with Edquity, I am encouraged to see this initiative translate into results for our students and am excited to continue to expand our use for emergency aid to increase retention, graduation, and enrollment for both our dual enrollment students from local high schools within our District and students who have withdrawn from Compton College due to the pandemic."
Keith Curry President/CEO of Compton College
Edquity helps partners manage emergency aid programs end to end in a manner that is fast, equitable, and fully compliant.
Application and decisioning that prioritizes need and equity
Edquity's research-based technology ensures students with the greatest need are funded -- and narrows your equity gaps in the process.
Fast, compliant payment
Our processing times are less than 24 hours, and if approved, students can receive their funds within 48 hours in a manner fully compliant with federal payment requirements.
Robust, compliant reporting
Our partners receive daily, Department of Education-compliant reports on their emergency aid programs, helping schools remain in compliance with HEERF reporting requirements.
Together, we're making a real difference at our partner schools.
On average, our emergency aid application takes students
Working on behalf of our partners, Edquity has distributed more than
When applying through Edquity, students get paid, on average, in less than