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Many researchers investigated the behavioral intentions of students to take online courses during Covid-19. However, only a few have examined how students' intentions can change post-Covid-19 by combining their abilities and learning approaches. Universities in Indonesia are going through a process from lockdown in February to reopening mid-2022. This provides a unique context for students in Indonesia to understand online learning that has emerged for approximately six months before returning to everyday face-to-face learning on campus. Therefore, this study aims to analyze changes in student behavior intentions to study offline in the post-Covid-19 pandemic era. This research was conducted using a qualitative approach with a descriptive method. The results showed that the Covid-19 pandemic significantly impacted changes in student learning behavior during online learning, including changes in learning bath behavior, timeliness of learning and students' social skills towards the campus environment. So that when the pandemic slows down, online learning is stopped and offline or face-to-face learning begins, resulting in a change in student learning behavior intentions. These changes include changes in student character, motivation in learning and learning losses due to the Covid 19 pandemic.