Joint Admission Medical Program
The Joint Admission Medical Program is a special program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged students pursuing a medical education.
Interested in JAMP?
Take the JAMP Self-Assessment to see if you meet program requirements
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
JAMP acceptance criteria
- Must be an aspiring MD or DO
- Enroll at 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 a minimum of 27 hours of undergraduate credit
- Earn a GPA of at least 3.25
- Complete the FAFSA application and have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) no more than 8000
- Complete two semesters of General Chemistry with a “C” or better and be enrolled in Organic Chemistry I when you submit your application
The JAMP application opens each year on May 1 and closes on October 1. If you are currently a first- or second-year TWU student interested in becoming an MD or DO, please contact Pre-Health Advising (email@example.com) to learn more about JAMP.
Page last updated 11:00 AM, November 1, 2022