I am interested in your post because I also have been taking prescribed clonazepam for 5+ years. I am no longer on this medication currently. People in General can be so mean in General, and Nurses and Doctors are fallible humans when everything is said and done. So, yes when you are in the real world people will make mistakes. In the real world, people will justify their mistakes because they are not willing to actually understand what being responsible means.
It is your decision if you want to continue taking the klonipin, however do not be hoodwinked like I was if you can avoid it. When you graduate, you need need need absolutely need to make sure that you have health insurance that will help pay for your prescriptions. Scheduled medications have an inherent risk of dependency. When you graduate, you will be going through a lot of stress and no one else is going to be watching out or caring about you. I know three people including myself who are prescriped klonipin, and we all have taken it p.r.n. at some/usual occasion. p.r.n. pro-re-nata.
Pardon my colloquialism, but who gives a flying-flip about x.y.z. and the other thing. Do not tell anyone at work about anything personal that would give you "anxiety". That includes your manager. Whenever you take a drug screen all you have to do it write the name of the medications you are currently taking. It is pretty cut and dry, but no one ever sat me down to say this. Now this. . .
So, good for you! Now you know.