USC did not exceed its jurisdiction in suspending Alpha Nu for six years as a result of its misconduct in hazing pledges during the 2016 rush week even though it acted on a complaint filed 14 months later.  USC’s internal disciplinary process is not governed by any statute of limitations.  Here, the complaint was just two months later than USC’s “general” guideline time for filing complaints and there was no showing that the delay impeded Alpha Nu’s defense.  USC’s factual findings are reviewed under the substantial evidence rule since its decision did not substantially affect any fundamental vested right.  Discipline of individual students does not affect such rights; discipline of a student group likewise affects no fundamental vested interest.  USC can determine better than a court whether USC’s internal rules have been violated.  USC’s factual findings were supported by substantial evidence and adequately supported its disciplinary decision and showed how USC had reached that decision.  USC gave Alpha Nu adequate notice of the disciplinary proceedings and conducted a fair hearing.