Each of the military services have developed methods for documenting military training that the American Council on Education (ACE) has evaluated for college credit. For information on obtaining your military transcript, just review your service below. You will be asked to submit your military transcript to Admissions for review of your credits. Up to 15 credit hours of college level coursework may be transferred from your military training.
Army/American Council on Education Registry Transcript System (AARTS) transcripts are available to veterans or active duty personnel who are serving or who have served after October 1, 1981. Requests will need your full name, social security number and dates of service.For transcript instructions, visit the AARTS Homepage.
Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART) transcripts are available to active duty and Reserve Sailors/Marines, Navy veterans separated/retired after 1975, and Marines separated/retired after October 1, 1999. All requests will need your name, social security number, date of birth, and full home address.For transcript instructions, visit the SMART Homepage.
Since 1972 the Air Force has operated the Community College of the Air Force (CCFA). Anyone who has attended an Air Force school or course can obtain a transcript that will document training if the course is recognized by CCFA for credit.For transcript instructions, visit the Community College of the Air Force website.
The Coast Guard uses the Coast Guard Transcript for documenting all training worthy of academic credit.For transcript instructions, visit the Coast Guard website.
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