Verification FAQs

What do I do after I submit my payment and release?

In most cases, you will not need to do anything. Some students (i.e. those from the military, those who are self employed, etc.) may be asked to provide the appropriate supporting documents. You will be contacted by a Re Vera Services representative if this is the case.

Why do I need to send in the release? I thought Wharton already had the right to verify my application.

We do have the right to verify the veracity of information in your application at any time. This release protects you and the Wharton School by ensuring that our vendor, Re Vera Services, complies with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

What if I haven’t yet let my job know I’m leaving?

Please contact Re Vera Services with an approximate timeline and we will make every effort to ensure you are not placed in an awkward position. You should contact Re Vera Services at 617-661-6146 or

I am traveling for a few months prior to school. Do I need to do anything?

It would be helpful to leave Re Vera Services an email contact where you could be reached if necessary, but you shouldn’t have to do anything that is deadline intensive other than submitting your payment and the release. You should contact

Is my student status affected by the pending verification?

No. You are an accepted student at the Wharton School.

Will my Visa application status be affected by the pending verification?

No. You are an accepted student at the Wharton School.

I tried to be as accurate as possible on the application, but I just realized that some of my dates may be off a little bit. Is this a problem?

Probably not. While all information on the information should be accurate, we understand that minor discrepancies sometimes occur due to inaccurate records, faulty memory, etc. Wharton will review all findings and contact the student if there is an issue that needs to be resolved.