Having a pole at home would be an ideal scenario but yes, of course.
A lot of pole dancing studios are offering 'open studio' / 'pole hire' / 'pole practice' sessions where you can practice on your own. Check with your local pole dancing studio if you can practice between regular classes.
Also, watching tutorials at home, before your practice session in the studio, will help you to understand the theory and progressions for particular tricks/moves and will be very beneficial for you.
And there is a lot of floorwork & stretching routines where access to a pole is not required.