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Enhancing your journey into the health professions

TXHES provides free educational resources and collaborations with TMDSAS member institutions as well as health professions advisors across Texas (and beyond!)

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Build Your Support Network

Learn tips, best practices, and guidance from key players in health professions admissions
to help you on your path to dental, medical, or veterinary school.

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Your Questions Answered

Watch live Q&A sessions that address how current events may affect preparations for dental, medical, or veterinary school.

 

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Communities

Join current and future applicants, advisors, admissions officers, and TMDSAS staff to discuss helpful topics about your upcoming application!

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Advisors' Newsletter

 Stay current with news and updates to support your students.

 

 

Become an Insider

Engage with news, support resources, and a library of podcast episodes and webinars.

 

 

 


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Inside Health Education puts you in the know

IHE provides clarity about the application to professional school and puts you in control of your journey through in-depth review of tips, best practices, and guidance.

Start your journey by planning your next steps

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Applying to a health professions school in Texas?

Read more below about the TMDSAS application service and the Joint Admission Medical Program.

 

 

 

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The Texas Medical and Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS) is the centralized application processing service for applicants to the first-year entering classes at all of the public medical, dental, and veterinary schools in the State of Texas.

Visit TMDSAS.com

 


 

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The Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) is a unique program, created by the Texas Legislature to provide support and encouragement for economically disadvantaged students from across the state of Texas to successfully matriculate into medical school and pursue a career in medicine

Visit TexasJAMP.org