The lawsuit claimed IU violated Title IX by failing to remove a student from campus who was accused in multiple sexual assaults.
This is the second Indiana student to sue a university claiming the application of Title IX is biased against men.
Jason Casares was accused of sexually assaulting a woman during an event in Fort Worth Texas in December.
An IU freshman says her sexual assault case received an unfair review because the Title IX coordinator at the time was accused of sexual assault himself.
Title IX Coordinator Jason Casares has been on paid administrative leave since a colleague said Casares sexually assaulted her at a conference.
IPS created a plan with the Department of Education to make athletic opportunities for both girls and boys equal within the school district.
The judges concluded the lawsuit may go forward in reference to Title IX.