Thanks r937, I'm modifying the statement now and will post once finished.
Stephen, that'd be awesome if I could do that. What the form is a student will fill out the form and may enter 10 rows or 25 rows (or any # in between), depending on how many contacts they had from colleges. When the form is submitted my client receives an email saying student John Doe submitted the form. They are then able to go to an area that I'm setting up that has the lists of submissions, they will see John Doe's, click on that and will then see a PHP/HTML table I had set up that pulls the MySQL table data that John Doe submitted - in which they print and add to John Doe's file folder.
Different students are submitting this form several times a month.
If say John Doe submitted the form and each row dumped into a separate row into the database I'm not sure how I could dynamically pull all those rows into one PHP table page? Is that what you were referring to by adding an extra column for the row number, that I could use that in my PHP scripting to combine all the respective rows?
If easier I could require the students to log in and their user ID could be used instead?