Award Documents

Congratulations on receiving an award from the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara for the 2016-2017 year to pursue your educational goals!

1.  Login to your 2016-2017 SFSB FluidReview online profile (, scroll down to the bottom of your profile, click on the name of your scholarship award(s) and complete the Acceptance/Rejection task (the terms of your award can be found here).  2015-2016 scholarship recipients should login here to access their 2015-2016 award:

If you received more than one scholarship, you will need to complete an acceptance/rejection task for each award.

If you are declining the award, please complete indicate this in the task by selecting the “I Reject the Award because” button at the bottom of the task form.

2.  Write an appropriate Thank You Letter to your donor – regardless of if you are accepting or declining your award!  Thank you letters should be formatted as PDF or MS Word documents.  Your award notification letter has instructions on how to address the letter to your donor as does your SFSB FluidReview account.  

If you received more than one scholarship, you will need to upload a Thank You Letter for each donor.

3.  Refer to the Terms of your Award, Important Information Sheet, and Scholarship FAQs while in college!  These links contain all the information you will need to know about reapplying for aid and how to receive your scholarship disbursements each term.  Please read this information thoroughly and complete each required step.

5. Submit all required documents to the Scholarship Foundation Office by the corresponding deadlines.  The Foundation will notify your college July 15 about your pending award.  The earliest scholarship disbursements can be made is by the end of August, as long as you have completed all required steps to accept your award – including providing your proof of enrollment for the term.  THANK YOU!  For more information regarding how disbursements are made, please click here.

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4 thoughts on “Award Documents

  1. admin
    2 years ago

    Award notifications will be posted to each students Fluid Review account by Friday evening, May 15. We no longer mail notifications via paper mail. Good luck!

  2. Tess Alina Richards
    2 years ago

    Thank you very much for making it possible for me to receive a $2,700 scholarship for next year, from the Eichholtz Foundation. Without your help, this would not have been possible. My family and I are extremely grateful.
    I wanted very much to attend the awards ceremony tomorrow, to personally express my gratitude to you and the Eichholz Foundation. I am unable to do so because I am enrolled in the Summer term at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and I cannot miss any of my classes.
    With gratitude,
    Tess Alina Richards

    1. admin
      1 year ago

      We are so glad to be able to help you out, Tess! Best of luck this year!

  3. Anneka Purcell
    1 year ago

    Thank you so much for this Art Scholarship I have received, but for some reason, I am unable to get to the “Acceptance/Rejection task” part. I have been signing in but can’t find where my completed scholarships are. Please help me if possible! Also, is there a deadline to accepting them? Thank you!


Fast Facts

Did you know....

  • In 2016, we provided 3,016 scholarships totaling $8.74 million.


  • In 2016, we provided financial aid advising services to more than 45,000 students and families in our County.


  • The Scholarship Foundation does not charge an administrative fee to scholarship fund donors. 100% of contributions to support scholarships goes directly to deserving students.