Florida A&M University recently named long-time worker Agatha Onwunli the new university registrar, according to a press release from FAMU.
Most of Onwunli’s 15 years of service to FAMU were at the university’s Registrar’s Office. She worked in different jobs – from front desk attendant to assistant registrar for records – in the course of 13 years.
Onwunli plans to “work to reduce the use of paper in the office – leverage technology; review and improve business processes, specifically transfer credit, graduation and transcript release; and seek to serve constituents efficiently with cheer,” the university’s press office.
“The university [FAMU] has entered a new wave of change,” Agatha Onwunli was quoted as saying in the press statement. “If all goes well, we are looking at a university destined for great things and on the right path to a successful future.”
Onwunli earned degrees in Biology Education and Education Administration from Tuskegee University. She later earned her doctorate in Education at Florida State University.