Most Title IX policies allow for at least one appeal. They usually do not allow you to argue that the Panel weighed the evidence wrong, but instead that the school’s Title IX policy is improper for some reason; or it is proper but it was followed incorrectly; that you were punished too harshly; or finally, that there is new evidence.  As the appeal process is different for every appeal it is important to consult with your school’s student handbook/Title IX policy to know your appellate rights as you may have a limited timeframe to file your appeal.