This article describe a high-impact, low-cost, super-capstone course. The course is high-impact because graduating seniors regularly evaluate the course as being one of the most valuable of their college experience. It is low-cost because it requires minimal faculty resources, and super-capstone because it caps a capstone course. The authors described four instructional principles: (1) student-centered learning, (2) affective and experiential learning, (3) empathic listening, and (4) collaborative learning and sharing. The principles are central to humanistic education. They can be implemented in various ways and degrees in a wide variety of courses and disciplines, in large lecture classes and small seminars, and in many other teaching/learning circumstances as well.