1. Click on this link to log into the JST web site where you can view and print your unofficial military transcript.
2. Active duty members, reservists, and civilians may use their CAC card to log into the JST. Spouses of active duty members, separatees, retirees or those who do not have a CAC card will have to register for a JST account at the JST web site.
3. If you are using a non-CAC account login, your account will be valid for 30 days.
4. If your account expires, simply re-register. The JST will allow you to view all of your certifications, training and course completions related to your military career and breaks down the recommended college credit earned through your military training and experience according to the American Council on Education.
Reviewing Your Unofficial Transcript
Once you log into the JST, you will be able to view your educational record. It is your opportunity to ensure it lists what you have accomplished in the military. You will want to make sure that your record is up to date & complete. After creating your account and logging in to the website, select “Transcript” to review an unofficial copy of your JST before requesting an official transcript be sent to your college. Does it include:
USCG "A" Schools?
Your rate at its highest level?
All courses which have ACE credit?
Review your courses for ACE credit recommendations here.
These are just a few items that may be wrong on your transcript. If you find an error, complete the Request for Joint Services Transcript, Form ETQC-1562 and forward it with verifiable documentation for the missing courses and forward it with verifiable documentation for the missing courses and forward it with verifiable documentation for the missing courses and forward it with verifiable documentation for the missing courses(certificates/course completion letters, etc) to ETQC Registrar Services for review/processing and to ETQC-SMB-RO@uscg.mil. Check that your name appears on all the documentation you send.