The Office of Environmental Sustainability runs a number of programs aimed at reducing resource consumption.
- Ecolympics is Oberlin's annual water and electricity conservation competition and community event series focused on sustainability topics.
- The Green Office Program (GOPro) was designed to involve offices in the campus-wide effort to reduce energy consumption and move towards carbon neutrality.
- Community Based Social Marketing (CBSM) is a systematic, empirically based approach to designing behavior change programs in order to help the college meet its goal of carbon neutrality by 2025.
- The Sustainability Map is a guide to noteworthy, sustainability-related initiatives on campus.
- The Car Sharing program offers a sustainable, efficient and cost-effective transportation alternative for students, faculty/staff, and members of the community.
- The Energy Conservation Rebate Program is specifically designed to allow various stakeholders at Oberlin College to 1) understand what rebates are available to them and 2) how to make the most of these resources.