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JAMP

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.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Scholarship money during remaining undergraduate studies
  • Paid summer internships at a Texas Medical School
  • Mentoring to prepare for medical school while attending college
  • Admission to a Texas medical school (if all program requirements are met)
  • Annual scholarship money during medical school

*Benefits are subject to change. Please check the JAMP website for up-to-date benefit information.

WINDOW OF ELIGIBILITY

Students are eligible to apply to JAMP via 2 different application tracks. 

1st Track - The JAMP Early Admissions pathway is for Freshman JAMP Applicants if they have >27 credit hours of dual credit or early college high school credit when entering TAMU-CC.

2nd Track- The JAMP Traditional pathway, applicants can apply between the spring semester of their first year of college and the fall semester of their second year of college. (Actual dates are May 1st - September 30th).

Please check the JAMP website for up-to-date requirement information

Special Note about GPA Requirements: 
Your cumulative GPA is based on all college-level courses you have completed. This means if you took college coursework in the summers or completed dual enrollment courses while in high school, those grades are included in your cumulative GPA. Your cumulative GPA must be at least a 3.25. 

Using those same guidelines of all college-level coursework – your Science GPA includes all Biology, Chemistry, Math, and Physics coursework, statistics is included in Math. Your Science GPA must also be at least 3.25.

If you have other questions please direct them to prehealth_education@tamucc.edu