Pros: great colleagues
Cons: everything else
I taught a 5/5 load in writing intensive courses with 35-40 students per class. I was hired to teach with technology, but the technology was spotty at best. Most of the faculty classroom computers didn't work, they had 2007 Smartboard systems, and the entire division of Fine Arts and Humanities shared one 25-unit aging computer lab. We were required to teach online courses with no training, no instructional designers, and no assistance. None of the composition courses were normed, and when they said they were going to "norm," they had no idea what it was. The compensation was very poor, and the dean treated the faculty like enemies, not colleagues.
They only pay on nine-month schedule so you will be broke for the summer unless you teach.
My colleagues were wonderful, though, warm, and caring (Too bad they were treated with complete disrespect from the administration). The faculty was truly dedicated to the students, but they had no time to truly educate.
Very, very bad administration. No faculty governance. No support for professional development. Speak up, and your contract is cancelled.