Each undergraduate student at the Saint Louis University Doisy College of Health Sciences is assigned a primary advisor who assists him or her through registration and academic skill development.
DCHS Advising Philosophy
As academic advisors in SLU's Doisy College of Health Sciences, we welcome and recognize the intersecting identities of our diverse student population. Our goal is to empower and educate students to succeed as they navigate their personal, professional, and academic journeys. We enable success by connecting students to resources throughout the campus community that address the unique needs of each individual. We commit to demonstrating and promoting the Jesuit values of Saint Louis University and continuing our own education through professional development.
Meet Your Advisors
Director of Academic Advising - South Campus
Natalie Floeh joined the DCHS advising team in July 2019 after 11 years of academic advising at SLU in various schools and colleges - including working with the DCHS advising team from 2008 to 2012. Floeh holds an M.A. in higher education from Saint Louis University and a B.A. in English and history from Loyola University - Chicago. Floeh has previous experience in academic advising, new student orientation, undergraduate admission, leadership programming and campus recreation. She is dedicated to creating meaningful relationships with students while helping them successfully navigate their undergraduate experience.
With a Master of Arts in Communication from Missouri State University and a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Communication from Southeast Missouri State University, Haley Mierzejewski brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. Having taught public speaking courses during her graduate studies, Haley honed her skills in effective communication, adapting to dynamic schedules, and maintaining academic rigor. Haley also brings a unique blend of skills, including conflict resolution and mediation, thanks to certificates in Conflict & Dispute Resolution, Applied Communication, and Civil & Family/Domestic Mediation & Negotiation.
Keri Davis joined the DCHS academic advising team in September 2018. Davis comes to Saint Louis University after working in higher education and student affairs. Davis holds a M.A. in sport and recreation management and a B.S. in sport administration from Kent State University. Davis has previous experience in orientation, residence life, athletics and student affairs – she uses her knowledge of student development and support services to support students throughout their academic journey.
Sean Jones joined the DCHS team in July 2020 after five years as a high school teacher. Jones holds a B.A. in Spanish from St. Mary's University in San Antonio, and is returning to Saint Louis University after completing his M.A. in Spanish in 2015. Sean uses his experience to build effective, communicative and supportive relationships with students in their time at SLU.
Shanon Barton joined the DCHS advising team in January 2022. She holds a M.A. in English, B.A. in English and theatre, and minors in film studies and history from Truman State University. Barton has experience working in residence life, undergraduate teaching, writing centers, and public libraries. She uses her interdisciplinary knowledge and resources to empathetically connect with students, helping them to achieve their goals and find their passions while studying at SLU and beyond.
Make an Appointment with Your Advisor
- Step 1: Log on to your mySLU account.
- Step 2: Open the "Tools" tab.
- Step 3: Click the "EAB Navigate" icon.
- Step 4: Follow the screens to select your appointment time.