Research in the smart campus area is still growing, where every researcher defines the concept of smart campus with a less thorough perspective that has not been conical in the same conception of the concept. In this paper, we summarize the existing condition of smart campus development in term of features, supported technologies, and applications were built using systematic literature review (SLR) as the standard methodology used to solve any problems by tracing the results of previous research. The problems declared in SLR are commonly called as research question (RQ). To achieve that goal, we define some RQs related to that scope and clarify each question by tracing previous research papers which are indexed in reputable journal databases such as IEEE Xplore, Scopus, Springerlink, and ScienceDirect. After synthesizing 29 articles, the results are: Contactless technology provides an easier way to enter data when accessing a particular room or equipment than using a keyboard; IoT supports an easier way to report real-time environment status; cloud computing is used to organize various information effectively and provide data services; iCampus becomes a popular smart campus model and if we map the applications that have been built into iCampus; there is no applications as part of iHealth domain. The main contribution of smart campus development based on previous research is to make easier in all campus aspect life. The contribution expected through this paper is to provide an overview for researchers who want to build applications in a campus as research challenge so that they can use appropriate technology and meet the characteristics of smart campus.