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Congressional District Changes for U-M Campuses

January 24, 2023

US Capitol in WInterFollowing the 2020 Census, Michigan lost a congressional seat, resulting in redistricting. The new map changed the names and borders of many congressional districts, including those holding U-M campus locations. This may impact proposal responses when asked for the institution’s congressional district. These changes have been updated on the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP) website's Frequently Required Proposal Data page.

  • UM-Ann Arbor is located in MI-006 (was MI-012)  
  • UM-Dearborn is located in MI-012 
  • UM-Flint is located in MI-008 (was MI-05)  

The congressional districts field on the SF424 forms is editable. ITS eResearch plans to update this in its next release on February 27. In the meantime, you may need to manually update it to "MI-006" if you are working with an Ann Arbor proposal. The format required by is 2-character state abbreviation, followed by 3-digit district number.