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Joint Admission Medical Program [JAMP] (Medical School)

Introduction

In 2001, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 4075 (HB 4075), which provided the funding for JAMP throughout the state of Texas. The JAMP program is designed to encourage and support highly qualified but economically disadvantaged Texas students as they pursue a career in medicine.  Students who are admitted into the JAMP program and successfully complete all of the requirements of the program are guaranteed admission into one of the nine participating medical schools in Texas. In addition, JAMP students receive undergraduate and medical school scholarships to help pay for the cost of preparing for and attending medical school. JAMP students receive substantial mentoring throughout the program, assistance preparing for the MCAT, and they participate in summer internships at medical schools in Texas.

High School Requirements:  As a senior in high school:

  • You must apply to a Texas college or university. It is preferred that you enroll in the fall semester immediately following graduation from high school or a home school program.
  • You must be a resident of the state of Texas and a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • You must apply for Financial Aid by completing the FAFSA.
  • Based on your FASFA, you must either be Pell Grant eligible or have an estimated family contribution (EFC) of 8000 or less to qualify for this program.
  • You must take the SAT or ACT and earn a score not less than the mean score for the State of Texas.

Please visit the JAMP website for information about current test scores.

 

 

 

Link to JAMP Web site

 

Please visit the JAMP Web site to learn more about this program!