The Virginia Cavaliers have been members of the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1953. With 25 NCAA Division I varsity sports, U.Va. captured six Atlantic Coast Conference championships in the 2014-15 year, and its 69 conference titles since the spring of 2002 are the most of any ACC school during that time. In 2014-15, Virginia also captured NCAA championships in men's soccer, men's tennis and its first-ever title in baseball to mark its second straight top-10 finish in the Directors' Cup standings.
|Director of Athletics||Craig Littlepage|
|Varsity Sports||25 (12 men's, 13 women's)|
|NCAA Division||Division 1 (Football Bowl Subdivision)|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|Colors||Orange and Navy Blue|
Virginia also had 314 student-athletes named to the 2014-2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll. A total of 30 Cavaliers were recognized for the fourth time during their careers.