The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara’s Honors Scholarship Program is a competitive, rigorous competition for students who demonstrate a very high level of academic achievement (e.g., above a 4.2 weighted GPA and above-average SAT scores).
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Return to Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara Email. Password. Forgot your password?The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara’s General Scholarship Program is the primary program for most student applicants. Approximately 95% of our scholarship funds in the General Scholarship Program are need-based. Click here for General Scholarship Program eligibility information. The General Scholarship Program application is now closed.Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara Scholarship - Application Deadline: January 15, 2021 - Applicants to the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara must have attended at least four of the six years between grades 7-12 at a Santa Barbara County school and will graduate or have graduated as of June prior to the awarding of the scholarship.
The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara is a private nonprofit organization that has been awarding scholarships to local students for more than 50 years.Read More
The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara envisions a future where all graduates of Santa Barbara County high schools who want to pursue and complete post-secondary education are able to do so. We are committed to helping local students attend and complete college, graduate, and vocational school by providing information, advising, and scholarships.Read More
The Santa Barbara Foundation’s online donor portal, My SBF, allows our generous fundholders to manage their Donor Advised Funds and Agency Endowments by recommending grant distributions, viewing statements, checking fund balances and reviewing their giving history. Login or register today!Read More
Refer to this document for help on creating an application account for the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara. 2017-2018 Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Heritage Scholarship Program Checklist 2017-2018 South Coast Area High School Senior Art Competition Checklist.Read More
Applicants to the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara must have attended at least four of the six years between grades 7-12 at a Santa Barbara County school and will graduate or have graduated as of June prior to the awarding of the scholarship. Applicants must be planning to attend full-time as an undergraduate, medical (M.D.), or graduate student at a Title IV-approved school.Read More
UC Santa Barbara continues to monitor the global COVID-19 outbreak, and has provided guidance and ongoing updates.For the latest COVID-19 information from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, visit our COVID-19 information page.Read More
Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation are open apply now. Are you looking for a scholarship to be considered for future funding? The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara is offering its annual scholarship applications for Undergraduate, Vocational, Graduate, and Medical (MD) Students. The purpose of the Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation is to assists students studying in.Read More
Not all scholarships require an essay, but those that do often have similar questions or prompts to answer. Take a look at these common college scholarship prompts and start thinking about how you would answer each one, because odds are you’ll have to soon enough.Read More
Scholarships for Santa Barbara Youth Sailing Foundation programs are generously underwritten by the Santa Barbara Yacht Club Women’s Group (SBYCW). It is our hope that any child within the community who has a desire to participate in the sport of sailing will have an opportunity to do so, regardless of whether or not they feel they can afford it.Read More