Timothy J. Clary, CPA

“I believe that all students can learn if given the right tools to succeed. I think it is the teacher’s responsibility to deliver course material in ways that make it interesting, educational, and informative to students taking the course. I also believe it is the student’s responsibility to show up to class prepared and ready to receive the information that a professor is teaching. There is a shared responsibility between the students, teacher, and educational institution to provide and utilize these tools to succeed inside the classroom and beyond.”


Lecturer of Accounting

Educational Background

  • B.A. Accounting, Franklin College, 1992

Year Joined Franklin


Why would Franklin College be a good choice to study business, economics and accounting?

Franklin College’s small class size and outstanding network of professional accounting firms provides great opportunities for students.

What is a specific method to generate student interest in the business world?

Using current events in the business world and applying them to key learning objectives engages students in a positive manner.

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Certified Public Accountant


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