We always knew Washington had a lot going for it, but the ad at Metro’s Gallery Place station touting the city as “a New “State’ of Business” really opened our eyes. Sponsored by the D.C. Office of Business and Economic Development (OBED) and the local chamber of commerce, the ad reels off the District’s enterprise-friendly attributes: its “vibrant” real estate market, communications networks, and Metro (of course); its prominence as a “world capital” and hub of the fourth-largest U.S. market; and finally—and most perplexingly—“10 major universities.” Ten? Georgetown would be one, with George Washington, American, and Howard. Across town, we have Catholic, Gallaudet, and Trinity. And, um, oh yeah: UDC, which qualifies by virtue of its 11,578 full- and part-time students. That makes eight; two to go. George Mason and the University of Maryland? No, they’re not in D.C. Stumped, we called Joan Moore, OBED’s manager of research information, who revealed the magic pair: Mount Vernon College, the Foxhall Road finishing school, is No. 9; and No. 10—the envelope, please—is…Southeastern University.