The NCAA released Academic Progress Rate (APR) reports, and every varsity program at the University of Virginia was above the threshold minimum of 930. Fourteen programs had a perfect 1000 for the 2014-15 academic year, and six of those had perfect 1000 multi-year scores as well.
Virginia football recorded an APR of 975 for 2014-15, up from their multi-year mark of 974. The 2014-15 score put them in the 70th-80th percentile bracket nationwide, and nearly twenty points better than the national mark for public Division I institutions. The Hoos were 6th in the ACC for 2014-15, three spots ahead of Virginia Tech.
The men's basketball program registered a 2014-15 APR of 980, also an improvement on their multi-year score (979). Like football, the basketball score came in at the 70th-80th percentile bracket and twenty points better than D-I public institutions. Eight teams in the ACC were ahead of the Hoos, including Louisville and Clemson (perfect 1000 for each).
The Cavaliers' perfect 1000 men's programs for 2014-15 were cross-country, golf, soccer, tennis, and track and field. The women's programs to score perfect 1000s for 2014-15 were basketball, cross-country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, softball, swimming and diving, track and field, and volleyball. The programs with perfect multi-year 1000s were men's cross-country, men's tennis, women's cross-country, women's golf, softball, and volleyball.
The full report for the University can be found here. Sortable national data—which can be broken down by year, sport, institution, and conference—is available on the NCAA website.