At mine, they combined the food court, a small convenience store/coffee shop, conference rooms, and most of the administration into one building at the center of campus with housing spread out in a semi-circle around it so that no place was more than five minute walk along well lit paths to it. There was a second food court a little farther away with franchises combined with two gyms, a pool, a dance studio, and it was next to our football field, baseball field, and our basketball court.
Our academics were split with STEM and Business on one side, and all the softer sciences and liberal arts on the other. A Med School and Engineering school were located just off the STEM side of things. Hilariously enough, the female dorms were the ones closest to the liberal art side while men were next to the STEM buildings and the gym.