Welcome to the Joint Admission Medical Program
What is JAMP ?
JAMP is a program created by Senate Bill 940 of the 77th Texas Legislature. It provides services to support and encourage academically highly qualified economically disadvantaged students pursuing a medical education. It provides admission of those students who satisfy both academic and non-academic requirements to at least one participating medical school. It is a unique partnership formed between Texas students, undergraduate institutions and medical schools in Texas.
- Only freshmen are able to apply to the JAMP program.
- If you are interested in being a JAMP applicant, please register for a minimum of 15 hrs in the Fall semester.
- You must have filled a FAFSA application for both freshman and sophomore years and had an estimated family contribution (EFC) of less than $8000 one of those years.
- You must get an SAT and ACT score not less than the mean for the state of Texas, with no section on either the SAT or ACT below the mean attained in the state.
- You must complete at least 27 hours of undergraduate credit with a 3.25 GPA or higher and 3.25 GPA in science courses before applying.
Students accepted to the JAMP program receive $1000 scholarship per semester beginning in the student's sophomore year of college and $2000 stipend to attend summer internships following the student's freshman, sophomore, and junior years of college at one of the participating medical schools. Not only financial benefits, they will be given admission to medical school in Texas to continue their studies if all the program requirements are met.
JAMP FACULTY DIRECTOR
Dr. James Carr,
Phone :(806) 742 -2724