Loyola LA's Anti-Transfer Policies

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heyitsfriday
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Loyola LA's Anti-Transfer Policies

Postby heyitsfriday » Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:53 pm

I am a 1L at Loyola LA and after doing well my first semester, I am looking into transferring. I know that around 2009, LLS instituted a policy that students with pending transfer applications could not participate in OCI. Does anyone know if this policy is still in place? It's been several years since the Above the Law article and there is a new dean, so I'm hoping that is no longer the case. If applying to transfer means sitting out OCI, is it worth taking the risk?

Any thoughts or advice would be much appreciated!

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Nammertat
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Re: Loyola LA's Anti-Transfer Policies

Postby Nammertat » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:55 am

heyitsfriday wrote:I am a 1L at Loyola LA and after doing well my first semester, I am looking into transferring. I know that around 2009, LLS instituted a policy that students with pending transfer applications could not participate in OCI. Does anyone know if this policy is still in place? It's been several years since the Above the Law article and there is a new dean, so I'm hoping that is no longer the case. If applying to transfer means sitting out OCI, is it worth taking the risk?

Any thoughts or advice would be much appreciated!


Are you considering EA? If not, sit back and see what happens with spring grades so you can have a more educated decision!

heyitsfriday
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Re: Loyola LA's Anti-Transfer Policies

Postby heyitsfriday » Mon Jan 28, 2013 10:46 pm

I'm not applying EA so not trying to make any decisions now, just doing some research into the process and policies.

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Re: Loyola LA's Anti-Transfer Policies

Postby cinephile » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:09 pm

If the policy remains the same, make sure you inform Paul Campos or someone to write about it and make it public and ugly. Schools always seem to backdown when these things are brought to light.




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