Sea Change in a “sea” shell.

Sea Change is Cape Cod Community College’s student literary and arts magazine, with a long history of providing an outlet for creative expression and experience with the publishing process for the budding artists, writers and thinkers of 4Cs. The first issue was published in 1968, and continues to be a beloved tradition of the campus.

After a four-year hiatus, Sea Change was revived in 2017 and has been created and published entirely by Cape Cod Community College students. The annual spring publication is a celebration of fiction, nonfiction personal essays, poetry, art, and photography from the CCCC students, staff, and faculty. We receive funding through the Student Media Board for a print run of the magazine.

Sea Change is currently accepting submissions for the Spring 2019 collection. The submissions deadline is Friday, March 1 at midnight. Please read our guidelines information carefully before submitting your art for consideration!

You can find us on Instagram and Facebook, or at seachange@capecod.edu.

If you would like to be a part of next year’s Sea Change staff, you can join by signing up for the course ENL 170: Producing a Magazine of the Arts, or contact Prof. Rebecca Griffin at rgriffin@capecod.edu with any questions.

Full Fathom five thy father lies:

Of his bones are coral made;

Those are pearls that were his eyes;

Nothing of him that doth fade

Both doth suffer a SEA-CHANGE

Into something rich and strange.

Sea-nymph hourly ring his knell:


Hark! Now I hear them, ding-dong, bell!

– William Shakespeare

“The Tempest”, Act I, Scene II