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Scholarships - Off Campus


The links in this section are not scholarships. They are websites where you can research scholarship opportunities. 

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Schoalrship Search Tool by the National Restaurant Association



The links in this section are scholarships. Click on the following links to obtain application information and yearly deadlines.

Incoming High School Students

Sixt Rent-A-Car

Merced Union High School District


General Scholarships/Any Major

Agricultural, Horticulture, Viticulture or Pomology 

Automotive Studies

California State University Channel Islands

Chinese American Studies

 Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC) for undocumented undergraduate and graduate students

Environmental Studies, Biology, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Conservation and Resource Management, Landscape Architecture, Irrigation Science, and Ecology


Foster, Adopted and Homeless Youth

Health Professions

Hispanic Students

Immigrant Students

Innovations in Software Scholarship



Natural Sciences

Real Estate

Scholarships for Single Mothers'

Scholarships for Women

Students who have suffered the Death of a Parent or Guardian

Study Abroad


The following scholarships do not have websites. You need to come by the Financial Aid office on the 2nd floor of the Student Services Building to pick up an application.

Hispanic Dental Association Foundation 2006-2007 Scholarship Program This scholarship are open to all entry-level Hispanic U.S. students who have been accepted into an accredited dental, dental hygiene, dental assisting or dental technician program. Please pick up an application at the Financial Aid office. Application Deadline July 5, 2006

Scholarship Amount: Tuition and Fees (to be used at SBCC) and when a student transfers to UCSB he/she can choose to apply the scholarship towards Tuition and Fees or to Room and Board. If the student selects the Room and Board option, the scholarship will only cover the amount not exceeding Tuition and Fees. Note: Out of State tuition applicants may qualify to receive full out- of- state tuition assistance.
Scholarship Criteria: Scholar, Athlete, Leader
Scholarship Programs: The Army ROTC Scholarship Program provides financial assistance for the education and training of highly qualified and motivated young men and women who desire to be commissioned as officers in the Army Reserves, National Guard, or Active Duty after graduation from college. SBCC students can now enroll in the UCSB Army ROTC program while attending SBCC and receive the same financial benefits offered to UCSB students.
UCSB Army ROTC offers 2-3 year scholarships for qualified SBCC students who intend on transferring and completing their four-year degree at UCSB, CSUCI or Westmont.
Contact: UCSB Army ROTC at (805) 893-2769 or visit us at UCSB, Building 451, Mesa Road. You can also contact us at our website

A.W. Bodine-Sunkist is offering a scholarship to undergraduate students from agricultural backgrounds who are in need of financial assistance to further their educations. Qualifications are: 1. A background in California or Arizona agriculture - the student or someone in the student's immediate family must have derived the majority of his or her income from agriculture; 2. Financial need; and 3.GPA and extracurricular activities indicative of potential for success. Applications are available at the Financial Aid office. Deadline has passed

The American Business Women's Association
Fiesta Chapter is offering scholarships to full-time students with a 2.5 or greater GPA. Application are available at the Financial Aid Office. Deadline has passed

Negative Population Growth, Inc is having a Population Scholarship Essay Contest. The Census Bureau projects U.S. population will grow to at least 419 million people by 2050, adding over 120 million additional residents to our nation. NPG, a national organization devoted to population issues, invites reasoned and clearly-written discussion of the following question: Should the United States' Government Pursue Population Policies to Protect Our Quality of Life For Future Generations? Please stop by the Financial Aid office to pick up the form that you need to attach to your essay. Deadline has passed

Progressive Group Alliance
is offering scholarships to students in their final year of college in September of the current year, working towards a degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management or Culinary Arts and planning a career in the Foodservice Industry. Please pick up an application at the Financial Aid office. Deadline has passed

The Cooperating Rotary Clubs of Santa Barbara announces the selection process for Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarships. The award covers all expenses, including travel up to $26,000, for an academic year at any selected college or university outside the United States in any any of the 166 countries in the world having Rotary Clubs, beginning in July 2007. For more information and to obtain an application go to  or pick up an application at the Financial Aid Office. Deadline has passed

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