ART 341 Design for Social Impact is a studio graphic design course with a mission to activate students’ awareness of social issues on their journey to becoming citizen designers. Through studio projects, students learn to apply Human Centered Design (HCD) principles to their personal design methodology. For the highlighted project of this poster, the design brief challenged students to design an exhibition featuring Marian’s Franciscan Values. Students employed HCD principles to inform the conceptual content of their posters, poster design, and presentation format. Student research indicated the exhibition should raise awareness of the Franciscan Values in our everyday lives. Collaboration between student designers and members of the Marian community was necessary to define individual topics for the poster exhibition now featured in the Marian Hall second floor gallery.