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Please Note: All military transcripts will now be available through the Joint Services Transcript (JST) Website

Students who joined the Army after October 1981 can obtain a transcript of education and training courses from the Joint Services Transcript (JST) Website, provided by JST free of charge. JST receives information directly from official Army personnel records to generate the transcript, which contains the following items:

  • Current rank, military status, and time in service
  • Current academic level completed, additional skill identifiers (ASI), and skill qualification identifiers (SQI)
  • Formal military courses, military occupational specialties (MOS) held
  • Standardized test scores
  • Descriptions and credit recommendations developed by the American Council on Education (ACE)

Please Note: Students should submit their most current JST transcript to be certain the maximum amount of transfer credit may be awarded.

Eligibility for a JST transcript:

  • Regular Army:
    Have an enlisted service record
              Have a Basic Active Service Date (BASD) of October 1, 1981 or later
              Have a Pay Entry Basic Date (PEBD) of October 1, 1981 or later

  • Army National Guard:
    Were on the active rolls as of January 1, 1993
  • US Army Reserve:
              Not Active Guard Reserve (AGR)
              Were on the active rolls as of April 1, 1997
  • Students who do not meet the above criteria must submit a DD295, DD2856, or DD214 to obtain a JST transcript.

How to order a JST transcript to be reviewed for possible transfer credit:

  • Connect to the Joint Services Transcript secure JST Transcript Delivery Web Site, 
  • Log into the JST System
  • Click on the "Transcripts" tab at the top of the page, and then click the "Official Transcript Request" tab.
  • Type in the institute name or any part of the name and click "search" or hit enter (Example: American Military or American Public could be entered into the search field).
  • Verify the delivery method. (Note: Army transcripts can only be delivered online)
  • Acknowledge consent statement.

If the web site is not working:

Additional Army schools and training may have potential for transfer credit, but cannot be obtained through the TRA process. Below are some examples we have received from students and been able to review; however, this is not an all-inclusive list. Please visit or contact an Education Center for information on obtaining documentation of completed training or course work that does not appear on a JST transcript which can be submitted for transfer credit evaluation.

Army Logistics Management College
Army Management Staff College SBLM (Sustaining Base Leadership Management)

US Army Command & General Staff College (CAS3)