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For the first time in a decade Maclean’s went directly to students to find out what they love, and hate, about their schools. Students were asked to assess the quality of their professors, residences, and student life staff as well as the quality of extracurricular activities and mental health services at their universities. This gallery shows how schools in the Comprehensive category did — schools in this category conduct a signiﬁcant degree of research and offer a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. Here are the detailed results of the Comprehensive rankings. Here’s what students thought of their schools in the Medical Doctoral category. Here’s what students thought of their schools in the Primarily Undergraduate category. To read how the survey was conducted click here. To read how students voted in this category in our 2017 rankings, click here. Click through the gallery to see which universities were students’ favourites.