To best understand how to appeal a Title IX case in Pennsylvania, it's good to have a brief understanding of what Title IX is. Title IX is a federal civil rights law, which is intended in part to prevent and address campus sexual misconduct. Pennsylvania colleges, universities where Title IX applies, which is almost universal. If a party is found responsible, a person would have a right to appeal that finding and the consequence sanction. If an appeal right is provided to one party, the appeal right would be provided to both so both the complainant and the respondent, the accuser and the accused. That is, would both have the right.
If a person is found responsible say, the particular college or university's policies in terms of like what appealable grounds or what bases would be allowed for an appeal would have to be considered. Some common grounds would be a disproportionate sanction, procedural error or defect or failings on the school part that led to the outcome. New evidence for example. Because of what's at stake and because of what's involved with respect to both a finding the potential consequences and also appealing a Title IX case itself, the help of an experienced attorney advisor is critical in the process.