The NCAA released its 2010-11 academic progress rates Wednesday, and all of Northern Illinois' 17 athletic programs surpassed the NCAA's standards for the seventh straight year.
A score below 925 could result in penalties, while 1,000 is a perfect score.
The Huskies' highest four-year score came from women's outdoor track and field, which posted a 997. Women's gymnastics scored a 995, while women's soccer and women's golf both scored 994.
Football posted the highest men's score, a 987, which ranks fifth in the nation among Football Bowl Subdivision schools. Both football and women's outdoor track and field earned a Public Recognition Award last week, due to their APR numbers being in the top 10 percent of their respective sports.
NIU's Men's golf team scored a 984, while men's soccer had a 975 and baseball a 967. Men's basketball scored a 959.
The lowest score among NIU programs came from wrestling, which had a rate of 932.
Here's all of NIU's APR scores, from highest to lowest:
Women's outdoor track and field: 997
Women's gymnastics: 995
Women's soccer: 994
Women's golf: 994
Women's volleyball: 991
Women's cross country: 991
Women's indoor track and field: 989
Men's golf: 984
Women's basketball: 982
Men's soccer: 975
Men's basketball: 959
Women's tennis: 948
Men's tennis: 936