I saw that thread, but figured it was since it was using a Macro.
Talked to a tech support person via their chat at the University which said it wouldn't be a problem, but I didn't get a good feeling from them on that. I am getting some conflicting information on this though:
Microsoft Access 2013, Access 2010, and Access 2007 create databases in the .accdb file format. This format supports features such as multivalued fields, data macros, and publishing to Access Services.
You can convert databases that were created in Microsoft Office Access 2003, Access 2002, Access 2000, or Access 97 to the .accdb file format. Keep in mind, though, that a database in the .accdb file format cannot be opened or linked to by using versions of Access earlier than Access 2007.
In addition, the .accdb format does not support replication or user-level security. If you need to share your database with people who use Access 2003 or earlier, or if you need to use replication or user-level security, you must use the .mdb file format.
Note Even though they share the same file format, some features of Access 2013 and Access 2010 cannot be used in Access 2007. For more information, see the section Use Access 2007 to open a database that was created or modified in Access 2010 or Access 2013.
Since they are using 2010, I am figuring that it should work okay, but since this is a weighted grade of 14% of my total grade, I don't want to lose out based on them not being able to open it.