Now let me ask you
When was the last time you read the rules and regulation on the syllabus? So you can stop complaining why the prof is strict.
When was the last time you cared to move your book and written notes? So you can stop complaining why he isn’t worthy. He gave you notes, do your part, and come to realize your worth (long story short, your worth is to study in his class, are you studying?).
When was the last time you’ve punctually done your homework and dumped activities? So you can stop complaining why he dumps too many things. A task should be done; it shouldn’t be postponed. A shallow reason isn’t a great solution, rather, prioritization is.
When was last time you’ve stopped discriminating his physical appearance? So you can stop complaining. Grow up; pointing out physical features won’t help your studies. Again, grow up.
When was the last time you’ve worked hard for a high grade? So you can stop complaining why he gives you a low grade. Questioning your grade? Ask him. Not contented with what he gave? Reflect on your scores.
Considering those hurtful comments, have you ever heard the professor complain about the loads of work he has to do just to make the class better? Have you ever heard him insult the class because of the tons of work he has to do just for you to learn? You haven’t, am I right? For it is his duty to do everything in the name of educating students. He has no right to complain because he accepted the norms of being a teacher. A normal student like you should do the same. You received the rules? Analyze and follow it. You were given tons of stuff to finish? Systemize and prioritize it. These responsibilities should be normal to you, for you are a student and you accepted the norms of being a student.
Applicable to the scenario I’ve mentioned, you accepted the role of being a student at AUP, therefore, accept the rules and regulation. If you have a will to study in the institution, then you have a way for you to avoid infractions or any other academic hindrance. Giving you an infraction isn’t a form of ostracism. It is a form of duty implementation. This implementation is essential for the school to preserve its never-ending service.
So next time a student guard comes to you with a notice, ask yourself and set down the pride, “Where did I go wrong and how can I correct myself?” I am sure it is more pleasing than “WTF, this school is so strict, I hate the rules! I hate this school!”
Haven’t read Part 1 yet? Here it is! The Infraction and The Complaint