Loyola itself did not create the operative model by which college educators are exploited but they use that model very well. Don't expect anything beyond the position; you will be a rented, seasonal employee, nothing else.
Again, that's not the department's fault. They operate according to the dictates of their administration. The problem arises when they also mandate exactly how you would run your classes, how you assess students and how you function as an educator. There is no room for creativity, no room for originality and no opportunity to do anything other than earn a standard salary.
If you are new to the market, it's crucial you understand this point. This is not an entry-level opportunity. This is a temporary job, nothing more. Get in, get as much experience as you can, do not stand out in any way and take the first train you can out of Affiliate Town.
Resources, some professional people
No growth potential of any kind