House of Representatives
About the House of Representatives
The Liberty University Student Representative Branch allows students to make a real difference on our campus. The House of Representatives serves as one of the two houses in the Representative Branch and is comprised of both Hall and Commuter Representatives. Each residence hall on campus elects one Hall Representative in the fall to represent their hall in the House of Representatives. Commuter Representatives are elected by commuter students at large and serve all commuter students in the House of Representatives.
The House meets every other week and is a place for students to share ideas, collaborate, and grow as they serve the student body. Representatives should join a Committee where legislation is crafted, refined, and voted upon.
House Meeting Minutes
The House of Representatives keeps record of the actions taken at its meetings, which are available to all Liberty students. View the House of Representative Meeting Minutes.
Speaker of the House
Silas Centurion Pearson
My name is Silas Centurion Pearson, I am from St. Johnsbury, Vermont and I am proud to serve as your Speaker of the House of Representatives! I am a member of the Class of 2026, majoring in Marketing: Professional Sales & Marketing: Analysis with a minor in Government. Goals that I have as Speaker of the House include creating a union of ideas and freedom of opinion while continuously honoring Christ-like love and respect, creating a Student Government made of, by, and for the Student Body, and leaving everything we as an institution touch, better than we found it. I can’t wait to work with you to KEEP LIBERTY FIRST!
Find Your Representative
If you would like to contact your Representative(s), please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and the email will be forwarded to your Representative.
Being a Representative
The length of one term for a Representatives is one year. Representatives may renew their membership at the end of the year.
- Meet with students you represent to hear their concerns and ideas.
- Collaborate with other Representatives in a Committee to turn ideas into legislation.
- Attend bi-weekly House meetings where legislation is discussed and voted upon.
- Craft impactful legislation and advocate for it to your peers and the University’s Administration.
- Participate and volunteer in SGA events and activities.
View the House Bylaws (PDF).
Representatives may receive CSER credit. Regular attendance is taken at meetings, and Representatives must faithfully attend SGA meetings, events, and related activities.