A private university must comply with the common law doctrine of fair procedure by providing accused students with notice of the charges and a meaningful opportunity to be heard, but the university is not required to provide accused students the opportunity to directly or indirectly cross-examine the accuser and other witnesses at a live hearing with the accused student in attendance, either in person or virtually.  Private organizations should “retain the initial and primary responsibility for devising a method to ensure adequate notice and a meaningful opportunity to be heard and courts should not saddle the organizations with any rigid procedures they must adopt.