Office for Disability and Access

Executive Functioning Program

We are hiring new tutors for our 2023-2024 Academic Year, apply to be an EF Tutor now! All the position details can be found on the EF Tutor Job Description, and you can email us with any questions.

What is the Executive Functioning (EF) Program?

The Executive Functioning (EF) Program offers peer tutors/coaches who work with students to empower them to take control of their learning. Peer Tutors work on fundamental skills related to executive functioning, including adaptable thinking, planning, self-monitoring, self-control, working memory, time management, and organizational skills.


Who might benefit from EF tutoring?
Everyone! But especially neurodiverse students or those with disabilities that directly impact their executive functioning, such as ADHD, Learning Disabilities, ASD, and some mental health diagnoses. In the Fall Semester, our EF tutors met with over 150 different students! 


How to schedule with an EF tutor

Schedule a session

Questions? Contact us by email at 


Meet our Executive Functioning Tutors

In the Fall Semester, our EF tutors met with over 150 different students. Listed below are some reviews from actual Oberlin students talking about their EF experience:


"EF tutoring made me feel hopeful about my capability and my future as a student"

"Cannot express in words how much EF tutoring has positively impacted my Oberlin experience"

"The EF Program has been essential to my success!"

"My EF Tutor was super approachable and friendly, making me less afraid of reaching out and getting help when I need it!"