Ann Arbor City Clerk’s
Satellite Office @ UMMA
Monday – Friday : 10am to 7pm
Saturday, Oct 31 : 8am to 4pm
Monday, Nov 2 : 8am to 4pm
Tuesday, Nov 3 : 8am to 8pm
Register to vote in Ann Arbor
Update registration address
Request an absentee ballot
Drop off an absentee ballot (for city of Ann Arbor)
By law, college students have the right to choose where they vote — their permanent address or campus (student) address.
For U-M students, and others eligible to vote in Ann Arbor, the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s Satellite Office @ UMMA can help you with all aspects of the voting process.
U-M students who plan to vote in Ann Arbor can use their MCard as photo ID to register. In Michigan, eligible citizens can register to vote through Election Day.
Make sure to verify your voter registration status!
In Michigan: michigan.gov/vote
Elsewhere, you can find your state's election site HERE
About this project:
The Creative Campus Voting Project is proud to have worked with our partners to make voting less confusing and more visible, celebratory and accessible for students!
The Ann Arbor City Clerk's Office @ UMMA is a unique collaboration across the arts, local government, and a university. This project would not have been possible without the vision and efforts of Ann Arbor City Clerk Jacqueline Beaudry, Professor Edie Goldenberg (Ford School), Briannon Cierpilowski (UMMA), Michael Rein (U-M Office of the Vice President for Government Relations) and many others.
Our thanks to University of Michigan's Democracy and Debate Theme Semester for generously supporting this project.