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The Maclean’s Directory

November 18 2002
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The Maclean’s Directory

November 18 2002

The Maclean’s Directory

Every university in the Maclean’s survey has a unique history, a distinct mission—and its own particular strengths. The student numbers below refer to the 2001-2002 academic year.

ACADIA

Wolfville, N.S. (1838)

Full-time students: 3,719 Part-time students: 324 ALBERTA

Edmonton, Alta. (1906) Full-time students: 27,961 Part-time students: 4,285 BISHOP’S

Lennoxville, Que. (1843) Full-time students: 1,887 Part-time students: 523 BRANDON Brandon, Man. (1899) Full-time students: 1,891 Part-time students: 1,065 BRITISH COLUMBIA (UBC) Vancouver, B.C. (1908) Full-time students: 26,417 Part-time students: 10,841 BROCK

St. Catharines, Ont. (1964) Full-time students: 7,563 Part-time students: 4,353 CALGARY Calgary, Alta. (1966)

Full-time students: 22,273 Part-time students: 4,672 CAPE BRETON(UCCB) Sydney, N.S. (1974)

Full-time students: 2,631 Part-time students: 647 CARLETON Ottawa, Ont. (1942)

Full-time students: 14,076 Part-time students: 4,387 CONCORDIA Montreal, Que. (1974) Full-time students: 15,691 Part-time students: 12,546

DALHOUSIE Halifax, N.S. (1818) Full-time students: 11,432 Part-time students: 2,211 GUELPH Guelph, Ont. (1964) Full-time students: 13,617 Part-time students: 1,512 LAKEHEAD Thunder Bay, Ont. (1965) Full-time students: 4,862 Part-time students: 1,278 LAURENTIAN Sudbury, Ont. (1960) Full-time students: 3,818 Part-time students: 2,055 LAVAL Quebec City, Que. (1663) Full-time students: 22,884 Part-time students: 12,947 LETHBRIDGE Lethbridge, Alta. (1967) Full-time students: 5,940 Part-time students: 1,023 MANITOBA Winnipeg, Man. (1877) Full-time students: 17,591 Part-time students: 5,967 MCGILL Montreal, Que. (1821) Full-time students: 22,029 Part-time students: 7,024 MCMASTER Hamilton, Ont. (1887) Full-time students: 14,528 Part-time students: 3,511

MEMORIAL St. John’s and Corner Brook, Nfld. (1925) Full-time students: 12,888 Part-time students: 2,737 MONCTON Moncton, Edmundston and Shippagan, N.B. (1963) Full-time students: 4,793 Part-time students: 1,192 MONTRÉAL Montreal, Que. (1878) Full-time students: 33,269 Part-time students: 16,728 MOUNT ALLISON Sackville, N.B. (1839) Full-time students: 2,294 Part-time students: 841 MOUNT SAINT VINCENT Halifax, N.S. (1873) Full-time students: 2,113 Part-time students: 2,004 NEW BRUNSWICK (UNB) Fredericton and Saint John, N.B. (1785) Full-time students: 9,556 Part-time students: 1,986 NIPISSING North Bay, Ont. (1992) Full-time students: 1,985 Part-time students: 2,116 NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA (UNBC) Prince George, B.C. (1994) Full-time students: 2,280 Part-time students: 1,302 OTTAWA Ottawa, Ont. (1848) Full-time students: 18,932 Part-time students: 6,983

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (UPEI) Charlottetown, P.E.I. (1969) Full-time students: 2,816 Part-time students: 566 QUEEN’S Kingston, Ont. (1841) Full-time students: 15,259 Part-time students: 2,964 REGINA Regina, Sask. (1974) Full-time students: 7,149 Part-time students: 4,829 RYERSON Toronto, Ont. (1948) Full-time students: 11,163 Part-time students: 12,047 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Antigonish, N.S. (1853) Full-time students: 3,609 Part-time students: 964 SAINT MARY’S Halifax, N.S. (1802) Full-time students: 5,310 Part-time students: 1,952 ST. THOMAS Fredericton, N.B. (1910) Full-time students: 2,570 Part-time students: 281 SASKATCHEWAN Saskatoon, Sask. (1907) Full-time students: 15,012 Part-time students: 3,481 SHERBROOKE Sherbrooke, Que. (1954) Full-time students: 9,003 Part-time students: 6,765

SIMON FRASER Burnaby, B.C. (1963) Full-time students: 10,870 Part-time students: 9,532 TORONTO Toronto, Ont. (1827) Full-time students: 44,126 Part-time students: 14,979 TRENT Peterborough, Ont. (1963) Full-time students: 4,227 Part-time students: 1,292 VICTORIA Victoria, B.C. (1963) Full-time students: 11,708 Part-time students: 6,487 WATERLOO Waterloo, Ont. (1957) Full-time students: 19,782 Part-time students: 2,933 WESTERN ONTARIO London, Ont. (1878) Full-time students: 24,759 Part-time students: 4,435 WILFRID LAURIER Waterloo, Ont. (1911) Full-time students: 8,314 Part-time students: 1,973 WINDSOR Windsor, Ont. (1857) Full-time students: 10,055 Part-time students: 3,414 WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Man. (1871) Full-time students: 4,093 Part-time students: 2,984 YORK Toronto, Ont. (1959) Full-time students: 30,056 Part-time students: 8,272