OK, thanks for the input.
I'm not that interested in partying. Still, I'm curious as to exactly where the lines are drawn as to what a non-traditional student may do. Does it depend on the school?
Honestly, the four-year universities I attended prior to attending McGill were not socially inclusive. It was very frustrating to be a pariah. I couldn't deal with being a pariah again, especially after spending the last few years in inclusive environments.