Services were held Sunday and Monday for Pratt, who died in a car accident early Friday morning.
Pratt, who police reports stated was probably exceeding the speed limit and not wearing a seat belt, was driving on Interstate 85 near Hillsborough when she hit a guardrail and her car overturned.
Sophomore Britney Brumley, her roommate and longtime friend, said Angie, as her friends called her, was returning to campus after visiting a friend in Raleigh.
More than 1,200 people waited in line Sunday for more than an hour to greet the family, forcing the funeral procession to start late, Brumley said. Graveside services were held Monday in Lincolnton.
Beth Queen, Pratt's teacher and basketball coach at Bandys High School, said the long line was only a small representation of how well-liked Pratt was and how much she will be missed.
"It was the most people I've ever seen at a reception," Queen said. "I could not even estimate the number of people."
Angela Pratt's sister, Jessica Pratt, a senior journalism major, said the two were very close, and she had stayed an extra semester at UNC to spend time with her sister.
"I just loved her so much. I don't know what I am going to do without her," she said. "She was the most unselfish person I have ever met."
Jessica Pratt said her sister would often spend the night at her apartment, and the two saw each other every day, sometimes skipping classes to spend time together.