The university’s building at Jurong is still being used by staff, students and visitors.
The building was first built in 1964 and has since been used as a student accommodation for about a dozen students.
It was renovated in the 1980s and was designed by the late David McQueen.
Now, the building is still occupied by students, who are living in dormitories on the ground floor.
Students and staff are being housed in separate dormitries.
When asked if there were any plans for the building to be refurbished, university spokesperson Dan Kelly said: “There is no plan at the moment.”
The University of Melbourne said it had been informed of the university’s move and was looking into it.
“We understand that the university is aware of the situation, but we will continue to monitor the situation closely and will make any appropriate action if appropriate,” a spokesperson said in a statement.
Campus groups have been organising protests against the university for years.
They have been staging demonstrations in the past to highlight the university, and have been calling for the university to step down.
A number of student unions have been criticised by the university over its relationship with the private university.
One of those, the Student Council, has recently started to organise protests, with a large number of students planning to gather in front of the University’s office on Thursday morning.
Last year, the university announced plans to build a $1.3 billion student accommodation precinct at Jurongs Campus.
There are currently 1,821 students living at the campus, which is spread across two campuses, and there are also 3,000 other students living in other dormitures.