PeanutsNJam wrote:You're right, it's June 15th, I misremembered as July 15th. Regardless, admissions is not rolling. If you don't believe me, go to the transfer admission forum.
At least for NU transfer admissions, there were some students who were admitted later than others (which I think we can all agree ia how one defines rolling admissions). Not completely sure about others but definitely for NU there was an advantage to submitting the application earlier since you could prepare for their OCI faster.
While I did not apply to NU and therefore have no personal experience with this, it could still be non-rolling admissions if they simply made transfer acceptances, waited to see if people turned them down and if they had extra room, and then sent out a few more acceptances. In that scenario, there wouldn't be any advantage to applying earlier. The point being that in transfer admissions, they make all of the decisions at once (including who is on a "waitlist"--to the extent there is one).
If it was like consistently trickling admissions over the course of multiple weeks, then yeah that's rolling.
Either way, you will still get the best info from the transfer forum.
Here is a post by Spivey, who runs a law school admissions consulting business (and posts a lot on TLS). It looks like some schools are rolling, while others are not.http://blog.spiveyconsulting.com/transf ... ries-of-3/
My experience is limited to applying to 2 schools that definitely did not have rolling transfer admissions. I assumed that was industry norm, but I guess not.