STUDENT LIFE
Student Orientation
New students are invited to attend Student Orientation which provides a comprehensive introduction to WINC, its people, and its services. The orientation session includes a workshop on study skills, goal setting, and diversity issues. Students meet faculty and staff, complete admission requirements, choose electives and participate in a variety of activities designed to help them have a smooth and successful transition to college. This is followed by a Fresher’s Party, which is a welcoming party for all new students hosted by senior students of the college.

Second year students serve as Orientation Leaders by helping new students become familiar with the college premises and answering any questions that the new students may have.

Student Council
The Student Council is comprised of students who serve for one academic year in the following positions:
President
Vice-President
Cultural Head
Sports Head
PR
Treasurer
The Student Council guides and supports student activities.

Student Ambassadors
WINC students sometimes get the opportunity to act as student ambassadors, for example, at the Gulf Education and Training Exhibition (GETEX) in April.

Study Groups
WINC encourages students to help each other in informal study groups. If you are doing well in a subject, then find someone who is doing less well and teach them – both of you will improve your grades in this way. Likewise, if you are not doing so well in a subject, find someone who is, and ask them for help. Again, both of you will improve your grades.

Student Center
WINC have a student center for all its students, it consists of a games room, chill out area and canteen facilities.

Student Facilities
WINC is located in a state-of-the-art campus in the Northern Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. Facilities located within the block include:
lecture halls
tutorial rooms
computer labs
engineering labs
conference halls
meeting rooms
Auditorium/gymnasium
multimedia library
student center
football pitch
on site mosque
onsite parking

Inter-collegiate competitions and cultural programmes take place both on/off campus.