First of all, some of the questions on the review form are not really relevant/applicable to a university. A university is not the same as a corporation and works differently if we consider knowledge dissemination and knowledge creation to be major goals. UVU is a fairly good teaching focused undergraduate university. If you want to be a good teacher- who is knowledgeable and sincere- it would be difficult to find time and other resources for research. Thus most people count guest lectures and presenting at UVU conferences as "research." This is obviously not the same as publishing in peer-reviewed academic venues, but UVU sort of encourages mediocrity and hyperbole, so it makes sense.
The university is incompetent at handling faculty and student complaints, especially related to discrimination and harassment. Competent and qualified people of color (do not let the fact that a woman of color is president fool you) are actively discouraged from taking on administrative or leadership positions, a fact they try to mask by putting together more and more pointless "leadership trainings" while ensuring that the dominant race and religious group have full control of decision-making.
Overall, it is a good place to work as long as you do your job and detach yourself from the institution and its culture.