Maclean's surveyed more than 10,000 students at 100 universities across Canada on the question: "In hours, about how much time do you spend in an average week on the following activities? Please be honest; this is confidential." The listed activities were: "In class, studying, commuting to/from campus, extracurricular activites (campus club, sports team, student government etc., working at a paid job and partying. The data based on other parts of the question, including where students study the most and take part in the most extracurriculars, are forthcoming. For the party schools: an average was calculated for each school based on the number of hours students say they party, divided by the number of respondents from each school. The average number of hours students reported they party ranged from 7.25 per week at St. Francis Xavier to 3.762 at Brock. Click through the gallery above to see the top 20 schools where students say they party the most. To see which schools are students' overall favourites—ranked on factors including the quality of professors and the calibre of extracurricular activities—click here.