The AARTS Transcript is a computerized transcript system that produces official transcripts for eligible Soldiers upon request by combining a Soldier’s military education and experience with descriptions and college credit recommendations developed by the American Council on Education. It works very similar to how a university transcript works, depicting your university education… However, a military AARTS transcript contains special information such as:
- Current or highest rank
- Military Status (Active, NG, AR)
- Additional Skill Identifiers (ASI) and Skill Qualification Identifiers (SQI)
- Formal Military Courses
- MOS(s) held
- Standardized test score descriptions and credit recommendations developed by ACE
Obtaining a military AARTS transcript is extremely beneficial when applying to college, applying for a job or any other instance you could think of where you would like to showcase your military experience and translate that into something a university or employer could understand and quantify with respect to admission or employment. Much like an employer likes to see a college transcript listing what courses you have taken related to the position you are applying for, a military AARTS transcript does the same thing!
Just like you must request a formal transcript from a registrar’s office, the Army also has its own process for obtaining an AARTS transcript. The process is pretty simple…just click the link below, register and you are on your way!
I also suggest you keep a copy in your “I Love Me Book.” Additionally, you might want to get an updated copy every 12 to 18 months.
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Great information on the AARTS Transcript. It’s important to check your AARTS transcript every so often to make sure it is accurate with all your schools and classes.
Good point, Amy!