Senate Bill 940 of the 77th Texas Legislature
- Creates the JAMP program to support and encourage highly qualified economically disadvantaged
students pursuing a medical education.
- Establishes JAMP Council comprised of Admissions and Student Affairs Deans from all
- Requires Texas medical schools to set aside 10 percent of entering class for JAMP
- Funds to be appropriated by the Texas Legislature.
Senate Bill 1128 of the 78th Texas Legislature
- Creates JAMP alternate pool.
- Adds flexibility to program entry requirements.
Senate Bill 1247 of the 79th Texas Legislature
- Changes entry year into program from freshman to sophomore year.
- Gives council authority to reallocate unfilled program openings during initial selection.
- Establishes a preadmission mentoring and assistance program during freshman year for
Senate Bill 1601 of the 80th Texas Legislature
- Expands participation of private or independent institutions.
- Gives community college students the opportunity to transfer to a four-year institution
and be eligible to apply to the program.
- Provides greater flexibility in designating JAMP Faculty Director.
- Clarifies scope of JAMP Council's ability to accept gifts and engage in fundraising.
Senate Bill 1728 of the 81st Texas Legislature
- Removed section limiting term of Council members to six years.
- Removed application award for students applying to the program.
- Added Texas Tech Health Sciences at El Paso to participating medical school entities.
- Removed necessity to enroll at an institution of higher education not later than the
first fall semester following the student's graduation from high school.
Senate Bill 479 of the 86th Texas Legislature
- Added The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine to participating
medical school entities.
- Added The University of Texas at Austin - Dell Medical School to participating medical
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