Radcliffe will exchange two students each with Sarah Lawrence, Swarthmore, and the University of Massachusetts during the first week in March. Six girls to represent Radcliffe in the exchange will be selected next week by the College deans and dormitory presidents.
Two girls from each of the three colleges will come to Radcliffe to "compare educational aims," according to Edith Churchill '60, who organized the program. The girls will live in College dormitories and attend classes with hostesses to be chosen next week.
Among plans to give the visiting students an "understanding of Radcliffe" is a tea with the deans and Wilbur K. Jordan, President of the College. Differences and similarities between student government organizations and purposes at the four colleges will be discussed by the visitors and members of the Radcliffe Student Government Association at a meeting during the week.
"We hope that delegates will have an opportunity to attend tutorial classes conducted in their field of concentration," Miss Churchill said.