Reimbursement by the VA Under the Montgomery GI Bill



The United States Department of Veterans Affairs reimburses for C.P.M. and CPSM Exam fees.

Our exams are specifically approved for the GI Bill. The VA can pay only for the cost of the tests and not other fees connected with obtaining the C.P.M. or CPSM (study materials, application fees, etc.).

According to the GI Bill Web site, you may receive this benefit if you are eligible for:

  • The Montgomery GI Bill (also called the MGIB or Chapter 30)
  • VEAP (also called Chapter 32), or
  • Dependents Educational Assistance (also called DEA or Chapter 35) (DEA is a benefit for children, spouses, and surviving spouses of veterans with 100% service-connected disability or who died in service or due to service-connected disability.)

You can receive up to $2,000 per test (but not more than the cost of the test). There is no limit to the number of tests you can take.

For more details please visit http://inquiry.vba.va.gov/weamspub/buildSearchLCCriteria.do. When using the search feature keep in mind that ISM is located in the state of Arizona.