St Patrick's College says it stands by its decision to eradicate George Pell's name from the school.
In a statement released following the publishing of the royal commission documents, the college said it accepted the findings of the report that exposed "systemic historic failings across many organisations".
St Patrick's removed Pell's name from one of its most historic buildings and revoked his "legend" status when his sexual abuse convictions were first made public in 2019.
The offences were recently quashed after Pell spent more than a year in jail.
However, the college says it will not be reinstating Pell's name.
"In 2019, the College revoked honours which it had previously bestowed upon Cardinal George Pell," the college said in a statement.
"This included renaming a building and removing his status as a Legend of the Old Collegians Association.
St Patrick's College stands by these decisions.
The college also praised the work of the royal commission, in which it featured heavily.
"The important work of the royal commission provided the opportunity for many victims and survivors of abuse to have their stories told and their voices listened to, and for systemic historic failings across many organisations to be exposed."
"It also provided the opportunity for reconciliation and for ongoing solidarity around the journey towards the hope of healing. St Patrick's College remains unwaveringly committed to this course.
"At all times the College's highest priority is the welfare and wellbeing of our students. They remain at the very centre and heart of all we do."
Meanwhile, Australian Catholic University, which has a campus in Ballarat, would not reveal if it would rename a building named after Pell.
The Mair Street university has always maintained Pell's name on one of its most prominent buildings, but would not be drawn on whether it would remain.
"Cardinal Pell's case has been through a robust and thorough legal process concluding in his acquittal by the High Court," the university said in a statement.
"As it has throughout the case, ACU respects the legal process and does not have any further comment about these matters.
"This has been a very difficult time for many in the community. We remain mindful of the survivors of sexual abuse and their families who require ongoing support and comfort."
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