I was reading Zephaniah 3 this morning. The prophet says, "Woe to her that is rebellious and defiled, the oppressing city! She listens to no voice, and she accepts no correction."
Among the "one another" sayings of Jesus is "Admonish one another." Jesus asks this of his followers, so that we might each aid the other in more accurately reflecting the faith that is in us. Jesus assumes that any of his followers who prefer to know, when their actions/words/attitudes were hurting or harming others.
Accepting criticism - being open to admonish - these are good characteristics to have.
It is tough - even for your campus pastor - to know whether my suggestions to you will be received well. We live in a world where criticism is too often harsh and demeaning. We are encouraged to live isolated lives and be subservient to no one.
Do not allow yourself to become like the defiled city in Zephaniah's prophecy. Be open to and accept and request input from others. Ask them to help you live the way of Jesus, in which we help one another discover the ways in which our lives to not reflect the faith that is in us. And we alter the way we act/speak/think.