Every element of life has been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Both during and after the pandemic, students, in the different levels of the educational system, encountered numerous difficulties. This study aims to identify some of the most pressing difficulties encountered by A’Sharqiyah University’s GFP students as they reintegrated into the normal educational mode. In addition, the study tries to understand the effects of these problems and to discover their potential solutions. The findings revealed that returning to a traditional classroom setting presented students with a variety of academic, psychological, and social obstacles. For instance, pupils lost their motivation and their general academic performance declined. Students also developed the habit of reaching for their technological devices when performing even the simplest tasks. Additionally, social interaction among students became increasingly constrained. To accommodate teachers and students and boost students’ participation, it is suggested that higher education institutions (HEIs) perform greater capacity-building tasks for learning online.