KANSAS CITY, MO - (August 18, 2022) - Transeo, an industry leader in education technology, recently announced a new partnership with Common App for the 2022-2023 admissions cycle.
Transeo’s College software helps students plan for equitable, relevant post-secondary success by providing a fully-configurable platform they can use to plan their path to graduation, explore college options, request and send letters of recommendation, and more.
This year, Transeo is making the college application process even more streamlined by offering an integration with Common App, a single undergraduate application that students can use to apply for more than 950 member colleges and universities.
By integrating Common App within the Transeo platform, students can seamlessly manage their application, submit essays and recommendation letters, and view their admissions status–all from one centralized hub. Any document added to Common App is automatically added to Transeo, and Common App deadlines sync with Transeo in-platform timelines. This level of integration goes beyond any other college planning software, allowing Transeo students unparalleled efficiency.
“Transeo is thrilled to partner with Common App,” says Dr. Dave Schuler, President and Co-Founder of Transeo. “Transeo is a solution built by educators who are focused on removing roadblocks for students to access college and maximize their individual success. By partnering with Common App, we will be able to better support students while streamlining the college application process, thereby eliminating access barriers for students and their families.”
For more information on the expansion of Common App’s integration platform in 2022, view their full press release. Or, visit GoTranseo.com to learn more about Transeo’s suite of student readiness tools.
Transeo is a suite of fully configurable student readiness tools. Built by educators for educators, the software creates a streamlined approach to reduce manual processes, empower student pathways, manage funding requirements, and more. Through robust and scalable software, educators gain the bandwidth to address equity issues, support economic mobility, build meaningful partnerships, and transform education.