Joint Admission Medical Program
Texas Woman’s University undergraduate biology students Elizabeth Gaytan and Gratzelly Marquez were recently named Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) scholars. The program guarantees Gaytan and Marquez admission to one of the state's eleven medical schools. They also will receive financial and academic support during their studies along with access to resources and mentorship that will allow them to excel in their chosen discipline.
The Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) is a special program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged students pursuing a medical education.
What JAMP provides
- Support through undergraduate scholarships and summer stipends
- Placement into JAMP Summer Internship experiences
- Hands-on experience through clinical enrichment opportunities
- A comprehensive, multi-phase MCAT preparation program
- Personal and professional development through dedicated mentoring
- Guaranteed admission to a participating Texas medical school if all criteria are met
- Scholarships to attend medical school
- Must be an aspiring MD or DO
JAMP Acceptance Criteria
- Attending a participating college or university immediately following graduation from high school
- SAT and ACT – must meet the benchmark for the State of Texas
- Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and be a Texas Resident
- Complete 27 hours of undergraduate credit
- Earn at least a 3.25 GPA
- You must complete the FAFSA application and have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) up to 8000
- Must have two semesters of General Chemistry with a “C” or better
The application for Entry Year 2022 will open on May 1, 2021. If you are currently a freshman interested in becoming an MD or DO, please contact Mehgann Mallory (MMallory@twu.edu) to learn more about JAMP.
Page last updated 5:21 PM, April 26, 2021