Demands will be always there. Human needs and wants are unlimited. NSU has got a huge campus, now their students are demanding to decrease their tuition fees, which is very high. Middle class students can hardly afford the fees. If I have a house, i need a car. If i have a car, i need another one. So, one 'demand' leads to another one.
We have to see whether the intention to fulfill the wants is there or not. Students should see whether we are honest or not. We always care about our students' benefits and betterment. But we all have to have patience.
True patience is a moral characteristic displayed in the face of difficulty and in every moment of life. Moreover, it requires the demonstration of determination and consistency during times of ease and hardship, and is a lifelong endeavor that never goes astray, even for a moment.
Allah gives the most striking examples of patience in the lives of the Prophets, because they showed patience while teaching Allah's religion and leading a moral life. They never deviated from their devotion to Allah, and were patient people who sought only Allah's approval.
The great return Allah promises to those who exhibit great patience.
"But, in your Lord's sight, right actions that are lasting bring a better reward and are a better basis for hope" (Surat al-Kahf, 46), Allah points out that proper behavior carried on with determination is regarded with approval and invites the faithful to be patient under all circumstances.
Therefore be patient with a beautiful patience. (Surat al-Ma'arij, 5)