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Cornell University Summer College and Summer Session students tackle the Hoffman Challenge Course, one of the largest collegiate ropes courses in the country, during the "Teams and Leaders in Action" (ALS 2100) class.

The three-credit, three-week class offers students the chance to develop leadership skills as they learn about different leadership styles, analyze the traits of extraordinary leaders, and identify their own strengths.

It's one of more than 500 courses offered during Cornell University Summer Session, one of the most prestigious and longest running summer sessions in the nation. The summer session gives high school, undergraduate, and other students from around the world the chance to study with renowned faculty, earn credits, and gain valuable skills -- all while enjoying summer in a gorgeous setting.

The Hoffman Challenge Course, which features more than 50 low- and high-element challenges, is part of the Cornell Team and Leadership Center, an offering of Cornell Outdoor Education.