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When you're deciding where to go to school, you may look for an interesting program, a good location, or a solid research reputation. These are important factors, but life as an undergrad is made up of many elements that aren't easy to look up on a university's website. Maclean's surveyed students about things like sexual assault on campus, what it's like to live in residence, and how much bureaucratic red tape trips them up. This gallery shows how schools in our Primarily Undergraduate category did — schools in this category tend to be smaller and have fewer graduate programs. Here are the detailed results of the Primarily Undergraduate Category. Here's what students thought of their schools in the Medical Doctoral category. Here's what students thought of their schools in the Comprehensive category. To read how the survey was conducted click here. Click through the gallery below to see which universities were students' favourites.