Ok, so my instructor dropped me from clinical because I missed one day of clinical. I did contact her, but after clinical had started. This was a family emergency. She were very unprofessional, flipping out on me after I took the blame and admitted to being wrong. In our student handbook, it states that a student can only be dismissed if any thing the student does posses a threat to the patient/resident, instructors, staffs, and students. The student has to have done something serious 2X to be dismissed from clinical completely. My instructor flipped out on me, tells me that she will call me later. I texted her back later asking if I could do two extra clinical days to make up for the day that I missed. She just told me that she wanted to see me the following day. I show up the following day at school and she already had all the paper works ready to drop me from clinical. I had no say, every time I tried to say something she told me that I was rude and disrespectful.I met with the Dean and the Director of campus operation and they both backed my instructor up. Now, they brought up that I missed one lecture day already, which was an excused absence, and so missing this clinical day adds up to two days so therefore I will remain dropped from the clinical component. Here is what I am trying to fight: in our student handbook, clinical dismissal and lecture dismissal are in different parts of the handbook. In lecture dismissal, it states that a student can only be dismissed if the students behavior is detrimental to their academic success. Student has to have missed two UNEXCUSED lecture day to be dropped from the course. When I missed lecture, my instructor was informed by an email from me that I will not be in class. So, what do you all think? I am thinking about going to the Campus Director, the person who runs that campus for help.