Once the search committee makes its recommendations to the chair, it is disbanded, and the job search is entirely in the hands of the Dean's Office and HR, and the finalists won't hear anything until after the contract has been signed for the new hire--and it'll be a standard, generic email from HR--and yes, it'll be months after the visit.
The formal parts of the campus trip were fine. Last March, administration released a proposal to eliminate thirteen majors, primarily in the humanities and social sciences.
You will be stuck with them while you are working at Taylor, and lucky to get hired anyplace after, if you do manage to get an offer after this. My entire class told me about how terrified students are of this one particular person. I had two interviews and during both the phone and on-campus interview there was no interest in asking me anything other than stock questions.
Masters of Sex.
The university does not put any salt on the actual parking spots in their parking lots. The College is in debt and will likely be bankrupt within ten years. The administrative turnover is so great at UO that getting agreements in writing is almost useless since the incoming administrators have no requirement to uphold the deals they inherit.
Instead we use open educational resources, aka OER. I had no breaks; there wasn't even time for me to go to the restroom!
I had an awkward phone call with the department chair a week after my interview and did not get the job. Adminstration had outright lied to those committee members. Everyone seemed stressed, bored and annoyed during the interview, and at one point one SC member was loudly texting in the conference room while another was interviewing me.
Avoid this place and keep moving on. The first season of Masters of Sex received critical acclaim. It required the least amount of effort.