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DENTON — A
Denton and a Fort Worth resident make up the second set of Joint
Admission Medical Program (JAMP) students at Texas Woman’s
University. Thelma Lindsey is a 2003 graduate of Denton High School
and Ana Martinez is a 2003 graduate of Northside High School in
Fort Worth. Both are biology majors at TWU.
JAMP was created by Senate
Bill 940 during the 77th Texas Legislature. The program supports
highly qualified, economically disadvantaged students interested
in pursing a medical career. The program provides undergraduate
and medical school scholarships, as well as stipends so the students
can participate in summer internships during their freshman, sophomore
and junior years.
JAMP participants automatically
receive admission to one of the state’s eight medical schools
if they successfully complete all program requirements.
To be eligible for the
program, high school students must enroll in a JAMP participating
college or university the fall semester following high school graduation.
Students also must be Pell Grant eligible, meet SAT or ACT score
requirements, complete 15 credit hours during their first semester
of college and maintain a 3.25 grade-point-average.
For information on the
JAMP program at TWU, contact Dr. James Johnson at (940) 898-2567
or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about JAMP also is available
For Further Information
Director of News and Information
Tel: (940) 898-3456