Oxalic acid potentially enhances pump-and-treat for groundwater As remediation by accelerating mobilization. This study examines how oxalic acid mobilizes As from Fe(III)-oxide coated sand under hydrodynamic conditions. Four columns were packed with metal-substituted ferrihydrite or goethite to 1% Fe, presorbed to 50% As surface coverage, and reacted with pH = 2.2 artificial groundwater amended with 10 mM oxalic acid at 1 m day(-1). Arsenic elution was affected by both As and Fe speciation. Although the As(V) columns experienced faster substrate dissolution, As(V) elution was delayed by re-adsorption, whereas As(III) elution was rapid due to pH decrease that prevented re-adsorption. Cr-ferrihydrite and Ni-goethite dissolved both effectively initially but then diverged. The Cr-ferrihydrite columns experienced continuous stoichiometric Fe and Cr release, and As release could be sustained. The Ni-goethite columns initially experienced nonstoichiometric Fe and Ni release, and As release was extensive. Such release, however, was not sustained. We hypothesized that Ni-goethite contained sites with distinct reactivity, and oxalic acid targeted readily-dissolved, sorption-dense sites. Our data indicate that oxalic acid-enhanced pump-and-treat methods would be easier to apply to aquifers dominated by As(III), requiring less amendment to be injected; such oxalic acid-enhanced methods remove reactive sediment Fe and As, potentially preventing future groundwater contamination.