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  • Dr. Martin Ortega

    Family Medicine
    Asst. Professor
    TTUHSC - Permian BasinĀ 
    JAMP Alumnus

    "JAMP was my first true glimpse into medicine. It gave me as an undergraduate student, without personal or family ties to medicine, a look into not only a practicing physician's daily life but knowledge into the logistics and training that took place before he/she got there."

    Read more about Dr. Ortega's journey.

    Admission to JAMP

    Applicants to JAMP may elect to apply through the Early Admission Track or the Regular Admission Track to be considered for the program.

    Early Admission Track

     

    Regular Admission Track

    The Early Admission Track allows applicants that have completed 27 or more hours of college credit while in high school (Dual Credit or Early College high school) the opportunity to apply early.

    Early Admission applicants should have completed 27 hours of college credit in one year (fall and spring semester) to be a competitive applicant.

    To apply through the Early Admission Track, you must:

    The Regular Admission Track requires applicants to complete 27 hours of college credit after graduation from high school during the first year of college.

     

    To apply through the Regular Admission Track, you must:

    Be enrolled full time at a participating institution in your first semester of college
    Complete at least 27 hours of College Credit from high school (Dual Credit or Early College high school)
    Have two semesters of General Chemistry completed with a grade of "C" or better.
    Plan to graduate in three years
    Meet all other JAMP criteria
    Be enrolled full time at a participating institution in your second year of college.
    Complete at least 27 hours during first year of college immediately following graduation from high school
    Have two semesters of General Chemistry completed with a grade of "C" or better.
    Meet all other JAMP criteria

    Visit How to Become a JAMPer and the Program Criteria and Guidelines pages for more details.