Being an adjunct instructor is rarely a good profession for job security, and the same is true of Alamo colleges. If there isn't enough enrollment, you don't have a class to teach, and therefore, no income. My supervisor did not elect to tell me why she wasn't giving me a course to teach, but I was stuck without warning or a chance to look for other work in my field before the semester had already started.
That said, the workplace was nice, and fairly well appointed, except that the instructors' computers were sometimes old and outdated.
nice work atmosphere, decent facilities.